For almost every one of the dozens of students who attend the Triangle Program, an alternative school run out of the Metropolitan Church of Toronto, traditional school would mean a life of bullying and exclusion. But for the lesbian, gay, bi, trans and questioning students in the program, Canada's only LGBT high school, which was founded in 1995, is a haven. "I don't think I'd be anyone" without Triangle, said Chavva-Tal McLaughlin, a graduate from the program. "No, this program saved my life."
June 15 / CBC News