Christina Lafleur

A pride of pixies

Victoria's Pride Parade was a thrill ride through the City of Victoria for all

  • Jul. 7, 2015 6:00 p.m.

Pride Parade 2015



Christina Lafleur, left, Courtenay Belle and Marion Pickard help Island Sexual Health bring a little magic to the annual Victoria Pride Parade. Thousands of festively dressed residents lined the streets of Victoria while hundreds more proudly marched for recognition and equality.

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