July 03, 2020

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Pride Week Vancouver Proclaimed: Photo Gallery

Pride Week in Vancouver July 31 to August 6, 2017

Pride Week was proclaimed by Deputy Mayor, Tim Stevenson, on Monday, July 31st, at Jim Deva Plaza. Stevenson stated that the Pride Flag and the Transgender Pride Flag are both flying at Vancouver city hall.

Joan-E emceed the start of pride week, which runs from Monday, July 31 to Sunday, August 6.  August 4 is the Davie Village (Street) Street Party. Joan-E has been the community standard bearer for the Pride Proclamation for many years, both at Jim Deva Plaza and at City Hall, where the proclamation ceremony was held for many years prior to the opening of Jim Deva Plaza in Vancouver’s Davie Village.

The 39th annual Vancouver Pride Parade and the Sunset Beach Festival are on Sunday, August 6. There several pride guides out and a good place to find out what’s happening in Vancouver and the lower mainland is a visit to whatsonqueerbc.

Deputy Mayor, Tim Stevenson, reading the official Pride Week Proclamation


Joan-E, Emcee and master of ceremonies addresses the crowd


Tru Wilson 2017 Grand Marshal (left), pictured with her family


family/friends posing with photo of Fraser Doke, 2017 Grand Marshall
Tru Wilson and Carrie Serwetnyk, both 2017 Grand Marshals


The band starts playing after ceremonies concluded


Empress Jane Smoker, Emperor Tommy D, and Emcee Joan-E


Diversity Rains and Mr. Gay Vancouver, John A Taylor


Light installation by H4


Full bank of TV cameras, they were all there.


Cloud covered swing set at back end of Jim Deva Plaza


large illuminated rainbow, best at night


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