The LGBTQ Parenting Network is a program of Sherbourne Health Centre in Toronto.
We work with individuals, organization, and communities from the local to the international.



  • Full RFP is available to download in accessible PDF - this is just an image of the document.

    Request for Proposals – Program Evaluation

    Request for Proposals Program Evaluation: LGBTQ Parenting Network A Program of Sherbourne Health Centre Closing date: June 17th 2015 Sherbourne Health Centre is a large primary health care centre in downtown Toronto. It serves three priority populations: the LGBTQ community, newcomers to Canada, and homeless and under-housed people. The LGBTQ Parenting Network (PN) has been […]

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    We #SupportSexEd

    Many of you are aware of the #SupportSexEd campaign on social media, which we have been participating in on Twitter and Facebook. Sherbourne Health Centre has announced our official position on the curriculum changes: Position Statement Ontario’s Health and Physical Education Curriculum Background The Government of Ontario plans to implement a new Ontario Health and […]

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    Announcing our International Family Visibility Day Picnic!

      An International Family Equality Day Event by the LGBTQ Parenting Network! Join us for: Games Crafts BBQ hot dogs, burgers (meat and non-meat options) Socializing with other LGBTQ families, allied families, and prospective LGBTQ parents Sunday, May 3, 2015 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM Christie Pits Park Picnic Shelter Area (SE Corner of the park, […]

  • Training - Queering the Family Tree (Sudbury)

    Trainings in Sudbury & Toronto: Queering the Family Tree

    Queering The Family Tree: Building LGBTQ-Inclusive Programs and Services   FULL-DAY WORKSHOP Welcoming LGBTQ people and families into programs and services can mean taking practical steps such as re-designing intake forms, putting up posters, or incorporating books that reflect diversity. It can also mean deepening your understanding of how assumptions about gender, sexuality, and family composition […]