Some members of Nova Scotia's LGBT community are boycotting Halifax Pride after growing tension within the organization in recent months. The prominent organization is entering its 30th year on what could have been a high note, after its flagship parade attracted more than 100,000 people. But in recent months, the community has become "splintered," says Áine Morse, an executive member of the Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project (NSRAP). "It's a tragedy of epic proportions," Morse said, noting some activists believe "this is the worst crisis to hit the Halifax queer and trans community in over 25 years."
October 24 / CBC News