Being an open city, there’s no shortage of LGBT services and organizations in Montréal.
Naturally, Montréal has a gay help line and a community centre:
Montreal Gay and Lesbian Community Centre
The Village has a walk-in clinic, and one especially for STDs:
Clinique médicale Quartier latin
905 René-Lévesque East
1001 De Maisonneuve East, Suite 1130
Info-Santé (Health): 811
For HIV/AIDS resources, turn to ACCM, a bilingual support centre; POZ organizes monthly dances for HIV+ gay men:
ACCM (AIDS Community Care Montreal)
Looking for an LGBT 12-step meeting?
Cornerstone, Fridays at 8 p.m.
The Lavender Dimension, Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.
4781 Van Horne
AA help line: 514 376-9230
Rainbow Group, Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m.
4985 Queen Mary
CA help line: 514 527-9999
Women, queer youth and even businesspeople have their own places to meet:
No More Potlucks (women)
Lesbian Mothers Association
Project 10 (youth)
Chambre de commerce gaie du Québec
1 888 595-8110
As you might expect of the home of the first World Outgames, Montréal has dozens of sports teams. For a complete list, visit:
You’ll find LGBT magazines in stores and restaurants all around the Village. Here’s a list with their online versions. Fugues, while French, is the number-one mag for everything going on in queer Montréal.
There is also a gay online radio station in Montréal (Web page in French only), featuring music and content in French, English and Spanish: http://www.gayradiobec.com/
For comprehensive online information about the Village, visit:
SDC du Village