Local Resources

Services and Groups


PFLAG Canada – St. John’s NL Chapter is part of the national Chapter and Contact network. We actively assist in the recognition and growth of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirit, intersex, queer and questioning persons and their families and friends, within their diverse cultures and societies.



Planned Parenthood – Newfoundland and Labrador Sexual Health Centre offers sexual health clinics, counselling, contraceptives, Camp Eclipse, Sexuality and Gender resources, and education.

203 Merrymeeting Rd St.John’s NL
Tel: 709 579-1009
Toll Free: 1-877-666-9847
Facebook: @PlannedParenthoodNL


A non-profit organization that offers outreach, education, and peer support for the trans community of NL.



This is a public page for announcements for a peer support group for parents of transgender, two-spirit, and gender diverse children and youth
in St. John’s, NL.


The Safe Harbour Outreach Project (SHOP) exists to advocate for the human rights of sex workers, serving all women in the industry. We provide front line support, system navigation and outreach from a harm reduction approach.


A peer-based group that offers support to all who identify as trans, outside of the cisgender binary, or are questioning their gender identity.

For exact dates of their meetings, contact their facebook group or email.


NL Gray Gays wants to develop affordable, inclusive, gay-positive housing in St. John’s and beyond the overpass for aging gays and their supporters. 

This group has been created to provide a social network for local lesbians. They host dances and parties from time to time. It is a closed group which means you have to be invited or added by a group member.

A St. John’s NL centered group for those who identify as being on the asexual and/or aromantic spectrum.

This group is a safe space for all polyamorous and non-monogamous folks, as well as those questioning their current monogamous lifestyle. The group hopes to offer peer support, community building, relationship advice, and shared experiences.

NL University Groups

MUN SAGA is a sexual orientation and gender identity inclusive safer space, with resources and peer counseling for people of all walks of life on the Memorial University St. John’s Campus.

Come on up to MUN UC 6022, and experience our free coffee, tea, counseling, community events, and workshops.


Intersections: A Resource Centre for Marginalized Genders is currently the only student-run, feminist organization on campus, funded by both MUN Student’s Union and Student Affairs and Services.

Our purpose spans across a broad spectrum, both in meeting the individual needs of the visitors to our Centre, as well as working toward personal wellness, awareness, education, and advocacy for the community as a whole.


Our mandate is to share information and facilitate discussion on health issues related to gender or sexuality diverse (GSD) communities, commonly referred to as the LGBTQQ2SIPPA+ community.

By facilitating or sharing events, talks, online resources, recommended books, other multimedia and more, we hope to investigate the health outcomes of GSD communities from a holistic perspective and educate the larger medical community about GSD issues.


A space to get all of the news and updates for the Faculty of Education’s GSA (Gender and Sexuality Alliance) out of Memorial University!

NL Social Groups


Odds & Ends is St. Johns first LGBT+ sports league and only LGBT+ curling league.

We curl Fridays, 8:30pm at The Remax Centre/St. John’s Curling Club.



Spectrum is the first community choir in Newfoundland and Labrador for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people and allies.

There is no audition to join Spectrum. They welcome all who want to sing with them, regardless of experience or identity.

Wednesday nights. 7:15 pm – 8:45 pm
MMaP Gallery, 2nd Floor, Arts and Culture Centre



St. John’s Gay Men’s Chorus is based in St. John’s, Newfoundland. They are a non-auditioned community choir that welcomes LGBTQ men and allies.


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