Where do go if I'm looking for more than sex?
You may want to find new friends and take part in events and activities in the gay community.
Volunteering in the community has helped many guys meet new people and become a part of their new community. Some choose to volunteer in cultural organizations and meet people from their own community. However, these organizations might not be gay friendly spaces. Try calling or emailing first. Ask them if they have any gay and bisexual groups or services.
If you want to meet other gay or bisexual men, you can look for gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans (LGBT) organizations in your area. If there aren’t any, try your local AIDS service organization (ASO). ASOs may also provide gay, lesbian and bisexual programming.
If you are a university student you can also check out school LGBT groups.
www.gaytoronto.com/org.htm - Gay social groups in Toronto
www.niagarapride.ca - Groups and organizations in the Niagara Region
www.queerwest.org/queer_links.php - Listing of health and gay social groups and service organizations in Ontario (youth, transgender, older gays)
www.gayfriendlybiz.com/search-1.php?pkey=&location=60&submit=Search - Links to some gay owned or friendly businesses in Ontario
www.gaychurch.org/Find_a_Church/foriegn_nations/Canada/canada_Ontario_ON.htm - Gay friendly churches in Ontario
www.salaamcanada.com - SALAAM is a Queer Muslim organization that is dedicated to social justice, peace and human dignity
www.accessalliance.ca - Access Alliance Multicultural and Health Services (provides settlement and interpreter services)
www.the519.org - The 519 Community Centre (LGBT community centre in Toronto)
www.pinkpagesnet.com/canada - The Pink Pages (directory of LGBT organizations, groups and events across Canada)