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In just two weeks, YouthLine kicks off the celebrations for our 25th anniversary!!!   We have so much to be grateful for, and lots to look forward to! And as we get ready to share some of the exciting ways we’re going to mark this milestone, we’re asking you to help us reach a new […]


25th Anniversary & Youth Awards Gala tickets now on sale!

This year’s 25th Anniversary & Youth Awards Gala will be an event you don’t want to miss! Not only will we be celebrating the achievements of our award recipients, but we’ll also be honouring the dedication of our YouthLine Alumni for helping us reach our 25th year! Along with a delicious dinner in the beautiful Bram & […]


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Due to the weather our peer support services are closed today.   Check out our Online Resources if you need support <3


SAVE THE DATE! We’re so excited to announce the date of our 25th Anniversary & Youth Awards Gala! On June 1st at the Toronto Reference Library, we’ll hold the first big event of our 25th year and we hope to have you there with us!   Tickets go on sale on April 1 so stay […]


Two new programs at Youth Line!

  YouthLine is thrilled to announce that we have two new programs starting in 2019! YouthOrganize & Provincial Youth Ambassador Project (PYAP) Read on for more details! Many 2SLGBTQ youth are doing important community building work in their communities, through groups, GSA’s, events, and collectives. Through the launch of our new program, YouthOrganize, we hope to connect with […]



Giving Tuesday is just hours away now! The biggest day of giving all year makes an unmistakable difference in the work we do at Youth Line, and how we’re able to support 2SLGBTQ young people across Ontario! If you’d like to help us here are some things you can do: Send us a #GiftOfCheer: every bit, […]

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