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Epilogue Presents: The Pride Guide

June 21, 2021
Epilogue Pride Guide helps amplify queer voices and businesses to show support and solidarity with the LGBTQ2S+ community!
Written By Rachel KellyJune 21, 2021

While Pride celebrations may not be quite back to normal this year, there are still plenty of ways to celebrate. To show support and solidarity with the LGBTQ2S+ community, Epilogue has put together the Pride Guide: A handy directory of small businesses, content creators, and charitable organizations from Canada’s queer community.

Epilogue presents: Pride Guide

Without further ado, feel free to peruse this curated guide and virtually window shop at these excellent Canadian-owned businesses. We’ve also taken the time to do the browsing for you and have highlighted a few of our favourite things.

Please consider supporting LGBTQ2S+ this Pride Month… and all year ’round!

Note: If you are viewing this on mobile please CLICK HERE to view the guide.

Who is the Pride Guide for?

This directory is for anyone who wants to support Canadian LGBTQ2S+ creators and small businesses. Give some of these folks and organizations a follow to show your support or virtually window shop at these excellent Canadian-owned businesses.

Can I contribute to the Pride Guide?


We’d love for you to submit your queer-owned small businesses, LGBTQ2S+ charities, and any content creators you admire within the community. Please just fill out this form and tell us why they are so special to you.

This guide is meant to be a living document. With your help, we hope to continue growing our directory to support the LGBTQ2S+ community this Pride season and beyond.

Happy Pride, from all of us here at Epilogue 🌈

Written By Rachel Kelly
Rachel is the Community Manager at Epilogue. She is passionate about making estate planning accessible across all communities and identities. She lives in Toronto’s Church and Wellesley Village with a small jungle of houseplants.