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Quotes from Lyla:

 

"An attack on the LGBTQI2SA+ community is an attack on us all. The Nazi Regime persecuted Jews, Roma, Slavic peoples, immigrants, people with disabilities, social democrats, labour unionists, Jehovah’s Witnesses, LGBTQI2SA+ people, sex workers and more. Sound familiar? People laughed off Adolph Hitler and never believed the citizens of Germany would elect him to be their leader. Many people couldn’t believe that Americans would vote for Donald Trump as President, Ontarians would vote for Doug Ford as Premiere, or Torontonians would vote for Rob Ford as Mayor. In the musical Cabaret characters go to the Kit Kat Klub to escape from their troubles and ignore what is happening all around them. We don’t have that luxury anymore. We need to stay woke. We need to end this cycle of hate. Now. Our future depends on it."

- Pride and Hate in Hamilton, June 2018

"Pride is political. It always has been. As a queer woman my mere existence is constantly under attack. Rights gained are never static. There are too many forces working away at undoing and subverting the gains the LGBTQ community has made. There are far too many parts of our planet where the state would jail, torture or murder me because of my sexual orientation."

- Pussy, Pride & Police, July 15, 2016

"I would have to look at Racism like Alcoholism. As a white woman I would have to assume first that I am a racist and secondly that I will always be a racist. It will be a demon I would have to continually wrestle with ... He asked me if I considered myself a member of the White Race. The question made me feel a little pukey. White Race? That phrase conjures up images of Neo-Nazi rallies and KKK members with confederate flags. Ew! But I guess he had a point. I am a member of the white race and I needed to take ownership for everything that implied. By not identifying myself as white I was saying in essence that the only people who can identify with a race are people of colour. White is the default mode, anything other than white needed a qualifier."

- Selma Is Now!, September 27, 2015

"War and violence are beneath us. We know it in our bones, yet we cling on to it like a raggedy security blanket because it’s all we have ever known for so long. The unknown is frightening, but it is also filled with so much hope and possibility. It is not the job of God, a Messiah, a Politician, or a Prophet to end war in our time. It is our job, humanity’s, to end war once and for all."

- The Lord of The Rings: Just Wars, Evil, and Other Myths, August 22, 2010

"The Universal Declaration of Human Rights ... A species who could dream of such a wondrous document to live their lives by and look out for the lives of their fellow creatures can’t be all that bad. To believe in this possibility while staring at nothing but a blank page takes imagination and artistry. The power of art in our lives is all around us. Whether we are the audience, performer or creator of that art it touches and inspires us. The Science Fiction genre gives artists a vast canvass to explore the BIG QUESTIONS about human nature. Who are we? Why are we here? What do we want? Can we be more than we are? What will we discover when we travel to the stars? How will our future be shaped by our past? As much as humanity destroys and murders we also create and sometimes we create things of beauty that live forever."

- Battlestar Galactica’s Big Question: Is Humanity Worth Saving?, August 30, 2009

"So again, I ask, why are you here? The answer to that question is yours to discover. We are always students. Always learning. And what I have learned is that I gain more insight when I am wrong than when I am right and that right and truth are not one and the same. The journey we as seekers of truth all take must always be tempered with love. To find redemption we must first start with forgiving ourselves. For we are all mired in a beautiful tapestry of imperfections. Our lives have meaning because we give them purpose with every choice we make. Choices that impact everyone and everything we are connected to."

- Lost: A Television Tale of Faith and Redemption, August 12, 2007

"I have never lost sight of what I am advocating for as a queer activist, because I have lived side by side with so many of you combating homophobia and working towards a future where acceptance is the norm, not the exception. I am what I am. A Proud Queer Hamiltonian."

- Pride Citizen of the Year Acceptance Speech, June 14 2007

"I have lived most of my adult life in fierce defiance of those who tell me that I can't do this, can't say that, can't think this, can't feel that or simply can't be. I have protested as an individual and with groups against those in power who would try to suppress or oppress those who have been continually stripped of their rights. I am not afraid of going where angels fear to tread."

- Hamilton West Provincial NDP Nomination Speech, March 4, 2003

"Being queer is not a lifestyle choice...Still I suppose I do have a "choice". I could choose to deny who I am. I could choose to suppress my love and attraction for people of the same sex. I could choose to not live with the fear and shame of discrimination. I could choose to live a lie."

- The Hamilton Spectator, November 1, 2003

"Democracy only works if we empower ourselves by questioning those who are in power. Democracy only works if we speak out and fight against injustice, not if we complacently agree with whatever political decisions come down the pike."

- Letter to CNN, July 18, 2002


Lyla's Editorials:

  1. The Graham Crawford Show with Cameron Kroetsch and Lyla Miklos, Oct 27, 2019
  2. Representation, Policing and Lived Experience - Raise The Hammer, Apr 22, 2019
  3. Open Letter To The Hamilton Spectator Regarding Andrew Dreschel's Nov 18, 2018 Column Regarding City of Hamilton Advisory Committees, Nov 18, 2018
  4. Don’t use City of Hamilton property to promote hate - The Hamilton Spectator, Nov 13, 2018
  5. Open Letter to The Hamilton Spectator Regarding Andrew Dreschel's Oct 29, 2018 Editorial Column - Facebook, October 30, 2018
  6. Pride And Hate In Hamilton - The Anvil, June 2018
  7. Open Letter to The Hamilton Spectator Regarding Graeme MacKay's Mar 22, 2018 Editorial Cartoon - Anti-racists and Allies of Hamilton, Ontario Facebook Page, March 22, 2018
  8. Pink Shuts Down Lady Gaga Haters With Words Of Empowerment - The Huffington Post, February 7, 2017
  9. A New Year/An Old Friend (Reflections and Memories of Robin Pittis from Tamara Kamermans, Lyla Miklos, Peter Ormond, Dia Frid, Stephen Near, Claudette Brundage-Hampson, Brian Morton, Jennifer Walton, and Lizbie Rae) - VIEW Magazine, October 13, 2016
  10. Pussy, Pride and Police: From Bathhouses to Black Lives Matter - rabble.ca, July 15, 2016
  11. Hamilton Theatre: A Personal Journey - 2013/2014 Hamilton Arts Council Theatre Guide, September 2013
  12. After cupcakes, Lyla pays it forward - Hamilton Spectator, August 13, 2013
  13. Conservatives Are Not Making It Better - Hamilton Spectator, November 2, 2011
  14. Lyla's LOST Church Service is featured on Entertainment Weekly - Hard Core Nerdity, January 23, 2010
  15. Battlestar Galactica's Big Question - Hard Core Nerdity, August 24, 2009
  16. AIDS - still a gay disease? - XTRA!, November 20, 2008
  17. An Evening With Stephen Lewis - Mayday, June 2008
  18. Education And The Elections - XTRA!, September 27, 2007
  19. Why Public Funding For Faith Based Schools Is A Really Bad Idea - Mayday, October 2007
  20. Why is sexuality still a taboo subject? - Hamilton Spectator, June 20, 2007
  21. The 2006 Canadian Leadership Debates - Hamilton Spectator, January 10, 2006
  22. Pedophilia & Trekkies - Maclean's, June 20, 2005
  23. Pope John Paul II - Hamilton Spectator, April 9, 2005
  24. The Big Three-OH! - Hamilton Spectator, October 16, 2004
  25. Star Trek: Restores My Faith In Humanity - Hamilton Spectator, August 28, 2004
  26. Forgiveness - Hamilton Spectator, July 24, 2004
  27. My Community, My Family - Hamilton Spectator, June 5, 2004
  28. Dominic Agostino - Fab Magazine, May 20, 2004
  29. From Purple to Pink Triangles: My Past and Present Holocaust Symbols - The Hamilton Spectator, April 24, 2004
  30. The Laramie Project - SHCI Newsletter, April/May 2004
  31. The Wall of Mohawk College Presidents - The Satellite, March 30, 2004
  32. What If I Were Straight? - Hamilton Spectator, March 13, 2004
  33. Governments taking liberties in the pursuit of 'liberty' - Hamilton Spectator, January 31, 2004
  34. TV Heroines - Hamilton Spectator, December 20, 2003
  35. Respect Other Sex Choices - Hamilton Spectator, November 22, 2003
  36. Lifestyle Choice? - Hamilton Spectator, November 1, 2003
  37. When I Met Allan Dershowitz - The Satellite, October 15, 2003
  38. Celebrating "Queer" - Hamilton Spectator, October 11, 2003
  39. I Am Un-American - Letter to CNN, July 18, 2002
  40. Pierre Elliott Trudeau - View Magazine, October 2000
  41. Much progress in Hamilton; Gay Pride - Hamilton Spectator, June 30, 2000
  42. The Fags I Know - The Q-Files Online, June 25, 1999
  43. Invisible Minority - The Q-Files Online, June 24, 1999
  44. Show Me The Rainbow - The Q-Files Online, June 23, 1999
  45. Yes, Virginia, There is a Pride - The Q-Files Online, June 22, 1999
  46. Shame on the Juno Artists who didn't show up - Hamilton Spectator, March 9, 1999
  47. Vulcans - TV Guide: Official Collector's Edition: Star Trek: 30 Years, 1996
  48. Robertson Davies - CBC Radio, December 1995
  49. The Final Episode of The Final Frontier - The Sentinel, June 1995
  50. The Political Dream - The Sentinel, June, 1994
  51. Black Students Protest "Schindler's List" - The Sentinel, Spring1994
  52. It's A Wonderful Life - Hill Park S.S., 1994
  53. Spock - TV Guide (Canadian), August 21, 1993
  54. In Defence of Huckleberry Finn - Ramazine, June 1993
  55. Thoughts on Smoking - Ramazine, June 1993
  56. Why it isn't Q in Tapestry - Comm. Panels: Official Newsletter of The USS Venture, June 1993
 

Lyla's Public Addresses

  1. Delegation to the City of Hamilton's General Issues Committee (Re: Motion from Councillors Nann and Wilson regarding a Multi-Use Community Hub) - November 6, 2019
  2. Deputation to the Hamilton Police Services Board (Re: Violence at 2019 's Hamilton Pride Festival at Gage Park and the relationship between the Police and the 2SLGBTQIA+ Community) - July 18, 2019
  3. Service & Outreach: The Role of our Lay Chaplains (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script in support of Speaker Karen Trollope Kumar's Sermon) - February 10, 2019
  4. Lyla's 2018 Maggie Awards Speech on Why we need Independent Journalism now more than ever. - November 15, 2018
  5. Opening Words from the MSU's Ward 1 All Candidates Debate at McMaster University - October 16, 2018
  6. Opening Words from the Ward 1 All Candidates Debate on Cable 14 - September 10, 2018
  7. Rainbow Flag Raising Ceremony Speech (HWDSB's Education Centre) - June 11, 2018
  8. Body Positivity, Ableism, and our Unitarian Universalist Faith (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script in support of Guest Speaker Talli Osborne's Sermon "Confidence Is Beautiful", Guest Musicians Babbage Industries, and Guest Storyteller Ben Faulknor) - January 29, 2017
  9. 2016 Maggie Award Acceptance Speech (Lyla won the Hamilton Independent Media Award for Best Journalist - Arts & Culture) - November 3, 2016
  10. Goodbye Robin (Words and Music in Tribute to Robin Pittis shared at his Celebration of Life which took place at The Pearl Company in Hamilton, Ontario) - May 15, 2016
  11. Selma Is Now! (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service and Sermon) - September 27, 2015
  12. Lyla's Journey to Selma For The 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday (A Speech To The Dundas Rotary Club) - June 16, 2015
  13. The Lay Chaplain Installation Ceremony of Lyla Miklos at The First Unitarian Church of Hamilton - November 23, 2014
  14. Labour's Legacy (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script written to support the Rev. Victoria Ingram's sermon and President of the Hamilton & District Labour Council, Mary Long's, Opening Words) - May 5, 2013
  15. Samhain Ritual: Honouring Our Beloved Dead (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script crafted by Vanessa Sage and Lyla Miklos.) - October 31, 2012
  16. LGBTQ Pride Sunday: Our GSA Journey (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script written to support the sermonettes of Kodi Organ and Breanne Wilde.) - June 24, 2012
  17. A Principled Life (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script written to support the Rev. Victoria Ingram's sermon.) - March 18, 2012
  18. Earth Day Sunday: Sacred Waters (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Worship Service presented by the church's 2010 CUUL School Graduates - Kelly Wolf, Nancy McMartin, Anne Wilson, Kate Hicks, Ginny Megin, Jennifer Purdie, Mel Rutherford, and Lyla Miklos) – April 17, 2011
  19. Fire Communion Sunday: The Fire of Commitment - Making Life Changes (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script written to support Rev. Victoria Ingram's sermon.) - December 26, 2010
  20. United Nations Sunday: A Faith To Change The World (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script written in collaboration with Todd Fraleigh to support Bruce Knotts', Executive Director of the Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office, sermon.)  - October 31, 2010
  21. Yom Kippur Sunday: Forgiving When Your Heart Still Hurts (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script written to support Rev. Victoria Ingram's sermon.) - September 19, 2010
  22. The Lord of The Rings: Just Wars, Evil, and Other Myths (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service and Sermon.) - August 22, 2010
  23. LGBTQ Pride Sunday: Creating Positive Space (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script written to support Deborah Inglehart and Nancy Sullivan's sermon.) – June 27, 2010
  24. Ministry in Downtown Hamilton: 175 Years in the Life of a Cathedral (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script written to support the Very Reverend Peter Wall’s sermon.) – April 11, 2010
  25. The Light of Buddhism (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script written to support Rev. Ed Brock's sermon "The Light of Buddhism".) - December 6, 2009
  26. Battlestar Galactica's Big Question: Is Humanity Worth Saving? (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service and Sermon) - August 30, 2009
  27. Flower Communion (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script written in collaboration with Kelly Wolf to support Rev. Fred Capuccino's sermon "Lesser Miracles and Greater Miracles - One Unitarian's View of Jesus Christ".) - May 24, 2009
  28. Harry Potter: A How To Guide On Speaking Truth To Power (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service and Sermon written in collaboration with Catherine Silverglen. This is a retooling of a service that was originally launched in August 2008.) - April 26, 2009
  29. My name is Lyla Miklos and I am a queer activist. (A speech given to the Dundas Rotary Club.) - March 31, 2009
  30. Dialogue. Respect. Friendship. (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader Script written to support Ali Cheaib and Lorne Finkelstein's, Co-Chairs of the Hamilton Arab, Muslim and Jewish Dialogue Committee, sermon.) - January 11, 2009
  31. Is God Necessary? (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader script written in collaboration with Catherine Silverglen to support Rabbi Bernard Baskin's sermon) - November 9, 2008
  32. HARRY POTTER: A How To Guide On Speaking Truth To Power (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service and Sermon written in collaboration with Catherine Silverglen, with additional support from Barb Kulcher and Ali Steinbergs) - August 24, 2008
  33. Living Our Principles With HOPE (A First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service Leader script written to support Marcus Logan's sermon) - June 29, 2008
  34. "Lost - A Television Tale of Faith and Redemption" (First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service and Sermon) - August 13, 2007
  35. 2007 Pride Citizen of The Year Acceptance Speech - June 14, 2007
  36. "Wonder Woman, Buffy & Xena: Finding Female Empowerment Through Popular Culture" (First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service and Sermon) - August 6, 2006
  37. "These Are The Voyages . . ." (First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service and Sermon) - August 21, 2005
  38. 2003 Mohawk College Alumni of Distinction Acceptance Speech - January 28, 2005
  39. "Everything I Need To Know About Life I Learned From Star Trek" (First Unitarian Church of Hamilton Service and Sermon) - August 8, 2004
  40. 2003 Hamilton Woman of the Year Acceptance Speech - May 20, 2004
  41. Hamilton Pride 2003 Rally Speech - Saturday, June 14, 2003
  42. Hamilton West NDP Provincial Nomination Speech - March 4, 2003

Media Stories About Lyla:

  1. Toronto lawyer will lead review of police actions at 2019 Hamilton Pride celebrations - Global News, November 15, 2019
  2. Scott Thompson Show: Review of police response at Hamilton Pride - AM 900 CHML, November 15, 2019
  3. Hamilton city council supports hub pitch for marginalized communities - The Hamilton Spectator, November 7, 2019
  4. Hamilton police propose action plan to move 'forward' with LGBTQ community - CBC Hamilton, November 1, 2019
  5. Hamilton police pitch resurrected LGBTQ advisory group - The Hamilton Spectator, November 1, 2019
  6. Residents object to proposed Cardus takeover of Balfour House - The Hamilton Spectator, October 26, 2019
  7. HCCI holds press conference following summer of mounting tensions - The Sil, October 24, 2019
  8. Police board approves external review of Hamilton Pride response - The Hamilton Spectator, October 11, 2019
  9. How Hamilton became a 'cautionary tale' for hate - CBC's Front Burner, October 10, 2019
  10. Exposing Hate: Hamilton is getting a reputation for hate - CBC's The National, October 9, 2019
  11. Hamilton is getting a reputation for hate, and critics say the city hasn't done enough to fight it - CBC Hamilton, October 8, 2019
  12. Hamilton queer activist talks about hate in her city and politicians who just don't get it - Rabble.ca, August 29, 2019
  13. Book Tour Highlights, Summer 2019 - Libby Davies Blog, July 22, 2019
  14. Safe, Welcoming Space at Neighbour to Neighbour - Raise The Hammer, July 19, 2019
  15. 3 complaints about police at Pride filed — board will consider independent review - CBC Hamilton, July 18, 2019
  16. Extra security on hand at Hamilton police board amid a call to “flood” the meeting - The Hamilton Spectator, July 18, 2019
  17. McMaster graduates and friends remember Andrew Kinsman - McMaster Daily News, May 31, 2019
  18. Critics of lack of diversity on Hamilton police board say they're not going away - CBC Hamilton, Apr 12, 2019
  19. Group protests lack of diversity on Hamilton Police Services Board - 900 CHML, Apr 11, 2019
  20. Silent Protest at Hamilton City Hall during Police Services Board Meeting - CHCH News, Apr 11, 2019
  21. Local sit-in to call for greater diversity on Hamilton Police Services Board - 900 CHML, Apr 11, 2019
  22. Community members planning ‘sit in’ protest at Hamilton police board meeting - The Hamilton Spectator, Apr 9, 2019
  23. Diversity advocates call recently appointed member to Hamilton Police Board a missed opportunity - CHCH News, Apr 6, 2019
  24. Hamilton police board appointment surprises, disappoints diversity advocates - 900 CHML, Apr 1, 2019
  25. Critics call Hamilton police board appointment a missed opportunity to add diversity - CBC Hamilton, Mar 29, 2019
  26. Worshippers share their thanks and call for help confronting Islamophobia - HawzahNews.com, Mar 23, 2019
  27. Hamiltonians surround Muslim places of worship with circles of solidarity and love - CBC Hamilton, Mar 22, 2019
  28. Photos and video: Standing as one against Islamaphobia in Hamilton - The Hamilton Spectator, Mar 22, 2019
  29. A Concert In Support of the Almassy/Palfi Family Legal Defense Fund - View Magazine, Jan 24, 2019
  30. Hamilton Votes 2018: Election Results Winners And Vote Counts At Press Time, The Hamilton Spectator, Oct 23, 2018
  31. 2018 Municipal Election Candidate Profiles, Raise The Hammer, Fall 2018
  32. 'That is a lie': Ward 1 candidate who uses wheelchair disputes inaccessibility of LRT (13 candidates are running for Ward 1), CBC Hamilton, Oct 17, 2018
  33. McMaster Students Unions Ward 1 All Candidates Debate Live Stream Video, MSU, Oct 16, 2018
  34. The Public Record's 2018 Municipal Election Candidates Podcasts - Lyla Miklos (Ward 1), Fall 2018
  35. Hamilton's Ward 1 candidates back LRT, address housing "crisis" in Cable 14 debate, Hamilton Community News, Oct 9, 2018
  36. Ward 1 Candidate: Lyla Miklos - McMaster Students Union, Fall 2018
  37. Ward 1 Candidate: Lyla Miklos - The Silhouette, Sep 26, 2018
  38. 2018 Hamilton Municipal Election Information: Who’s Running, What Are The Issues, and How Do I Vote? - The Public Record, July 2018
  39. Here are the aspiring mayors and councillors who want your vote this October - Hamilton Spectator, July 28, 2018
  40. Here's who's running in Hamilton's municipal election - and who's already won - CBC Hamilton, July 27, 2018
  41. Speed Storytelling For A Cause - The Hamilton Spectator, April 20, 2018
  42. Vigil, red scarves display to recognize World AIDS Day - The Hamilton Spectator, November 28, 2017
  43. Welcoming Congregations: A Journey, Not a Destination - Canadian Unitarian Council E-Newsletter, July 5, 2017
  44. Hamilton Celebrates Independent Journalism - Ignite News, December 5, 2016
  45. World AIDS Vigil - The Hamilton Spectator, December 1, 2016
  46. Podcast Interview with Lyla Miklos by Dre Pao and Michael Zaccaria - Wut R U Saying?, November 21, 2016
  47. Cabaret Review - VIEW Magazine, April 28, 2016
  48. World AIDS Day - The Hamilton Spectator, November 30, 2015
  49. MAHONEY: A tale of two Selmas, 50 years apart - The Hamilton Spectator, March 20, 2015
  50. MAHONEY: Many footprints show Lyla the way to Selma, Alabama - The Hamilton Spectator, March 4, 2015
  51. Gary Smith's Top Performers of 2014 - The Hamilton Spectator, December 23, 2014
  52. Review: A Very Leila Christmas - Raise The Hammer, December 21, 2014
  53. Leila Leaves Audiences Ready to Make the Yuletide Gay - The Theatre Reader, December 14, 2014
  54. Cabaret concert for Lyla’s birthday - The Hamilton Spectator, October 3, 2014
  55. Hamilton celebrates Mandela in music-filled memorial - CBC Hamilton, December 14, 2013
  56. Falsettos: Theatre Review - Centre Stage with Lyla Miklos on INDI 101.5 FM Facebook Fan Page, November 24, 2013
  57. Falsettos: Good, just not brave enough - The Hamilton Spectator, November 23, 2013
  58. Falsettos: Theatre Review - VIEW Magazine, November 21, 2013
  59. LMAO: Laffing My AIDS Out - VIEW Magazine, September 6, 2013
  60. Westdale barber, woman refused haircut smooth things over - The Hamilton Spectator, August 8, 2013
  61. Westdale barber apologizes - The Hamilton Spectator, August 3, 2013
  62. Woman denied haircut at Westdale barbershop - The Hamilton Spectator, August 2, 2013
  63. Amigo's Blue Guitar - View Magazine, March 28, 2013
  64. Lincoln Alexander Funeral To See Former Ontario Lieutenant-Governor Laid To Rest - The Huffington Post, October 26, 2012
  65. Fan Expo Highlights: Day 4 - SPACE Blog (Spacecast.com), August 26, 2012
  66. Latest Mercer Rant Has People Talking - CHML AM 900, October 27, 2011
  67. Mohawk College Award for LGBTQ Identified Youth - LGBTQ Wellness Centre of Hamilton Newsletter, October 26, 2011
  68. It Was an Honour to Mourn Jack Layton - Hamilton Spectator, August 29, 2011
  69. Sit back and enjoy as world goes round - Hamilton Spectator, May 7, 2011
  70. Unsung Heroes - The Hamilton Unitarian, February 2011
  71. F-Word Panel Sheds Light on Modern Feminism - Sammy's Space, December 14, 2010
  72. The Necessity of Feminism in the Modern World - F-Word Event Stories, December 13, 2010
  73. Is the “F Word” Becoming a Bad Word? - Mike The Contrarian, December 12, 2010
  74. I Feel Like A Woman! - Tanya’s Travels Blog, December 12, 2010
  75. Run for the hills it’s......... Feminism! - The McCool Blog, December 12, 2010
  76. Is the Writing On the Wall for Feminism? - Journalism 101, December 12, 2010
  77. Symposium Highlights Feminism and Gender Issues - The Brantford Expositor, November 19, 2010
  78. I've Been Mentioned on Entertainment Weekly – Nik at Nite, January 22, 2010
  79. LOST: Redemption Song – Entertainment Weekly, January 21, 2010
  80. Protection for Sexual Minorities - The Hamilton Spectator, June 3, 2008
  81. Remembering the Holocaust – Xtra!, February 14, 2008
  82. 2007 Westdale Idol Winners - Hamilton Spectator, September 13, 2007
  83. Drury Lane show has magical mix of music, comedy - Burlington Post, November 1, 2006
  84. Maybe Not Thatcher - VIEW Magazine, June 29, 2006 
  85. Why is Sci-Fi so gay? - Fab, June 29, 2006
  86. Hamilton Pride Turns Sour - XTRA!, June 22, 2006
  87. Gay community still reeling over Pride clash - Hamilton Spectator, June 22, 2006
  88. Pride Parade Ridiculed on James Street - Hamilton Spectator, June 19, 2006
  89. Portrait of a Queer Activist - Mayday Magazine, August, 2005
  90. Gays divided on tying the knot - Hamilton Spectator, July 2, 2005
  91. Pride and prayer share the stage - Hamilton Spectator, June 20, 2005
  92. Words, words... how language can define a city's Pride - Hamilton Spectator, June 13, 2005
  93. A Grand Night For Theatre - VIEW Magazine, April 7, 2005
  94. A Grand Night For Singing is lush in warmth - Hamilton Spectator, April 6, 2005
  95. Heart & Soul of Song - Hamilton Spectator, March 30, 2005
  96. Community Leaders Honoured With Alumni Of Distinction Awards - Mohawk College Press Release, January 28, 2005
  97. A Task Force Out Of Control - XTRA!, August 19, 2004
  98. Cops Monitoring Website Led to Gay Bathhouse Check - Hamilton Spectator, August 12, 2004
  99. No 'Straight Answers' from Bathhouse Meeting - Hamilton Spectator, August 7, 2004
  100. Hamilton Queers Hoot, Laugh At Cops' Story - XTRA!, August 6, 2004
  101. Gays Vent Anger Over Bathhouse Inspection - Hamilton Spectator, August 6, 2004
  102. Hamilton's Gay Community Shows Its Pride - Hamilton Spectator, June 21, 2004
  103. Review: The Laramie Project - View Magazine, June 17, 2004
  104. Truth Meets Intense Drama - Hamilton Spectator, June 15, 2004
  105. Organizers Add Sober Note To Gay Pride Fest - Hamilton Spectator, June 12, 2004
  106. New Acts Attract Larger Pride Audience - Hamilton Spectator, June 12, 2004
  107. Congratulations to Lyla Miklos - HTI Newsletter - May/June 2004
  108. When Hatred Eats Up - Hamilton Spectator, June 9, 2004
  109. Happy, proud tears from youngest of eight women honoured - Hamilton Spectator, May 20, 2004
  110. 2003 Hamilton Women of The Year Awards - City of Hamilton Media Release, April 28, 2004
  111. Ontario Premier's Awards: Mohawk Nominees - In Touch, Spring 2004
  112. Hamilton Rallies Around Victim - XTRA!, March 18, 2004
  113. Hamilton Is For All People - The Hamilton Spectator, March 13, 2004
  114. GLBT Members Speak Out Against Recent Hate Crime In Hamilton - The Satellite, March 9, 2004
  115. Be Proud Of Diversity - The Hamilton Spectator, March 1, 2004
  116. Hamilton Pride 2003 - The Hamilton Spectator, June 16, 2003
  117. Gay Pride Parade Louder, Bolder - The Hamilton Spectator, June 16, 2003
  118. I's The Bi: Bisexuals Get Blatant for (Toronto) Pride - XTRA!, June 2003
  119. Tough battle seen in Hamilton West after Christopherson exit - Hamilton Spectator, March 5, 2003
  120. Former Pride Chair seeks NDP Nomination - Gay905.com, February 2003
  121. Two more contenders in NDP race - Hamilton Spectator, January 29, 2003
  122. Mayor Tells gays they aren't alone - Hamilton Spectator, June 17, 2002
  123. Proud Support for gay community; More than 60 businesses, organizations sponsoring the Hamilton Pride 2000 festival this week - Hamilton Spectator, June 11, 2002
  124. Steel Town Pride a Breast Fest? - Fab, June 6, 2002
  125. Mohawk College Alumni Profile - In Touch, Summer 2002
  126. City gays want to set up information centre - Hamilton Spectator, October 2, 2001
  127. Gay community takes pride in calling Hamilton home - Hamilton Spectator, June 14, 2001
  128. Much progress in Hamilton; Gay Pride - Hamilton Spectator, June 30, 2000
  129. Gay Pride and Prejudice; High spirits of rally can't cloak unease - Hamilton Spectator, June 12, 2000
  130. Hamilton Pride 2000 expands to four days - Hamilton Spectator, June 8, 2000
  131. Jerry's Girls Review - Hamilton Spectator, October 5, 1999
  132. Proud Hamilton Gays Prefer A Low-Profile Event - Hamilton Spectator, June 23 1999
  133. Student. Graduate. Media Professional? - Wavelength, June 1999
  134. Show of Faith! Benefit Raises Cash for Theatre Group - Hamilton Spectator, February 15, 1999
  135. Coming Out: A difficult but key step to happiness - The Hamilton Spectator, April 30, 1997
  136. Perfectly Frank Review - Hamilton Spectator, July 9, 1996
  137. Oh What A Lovely War! Review - Hamilton Spectator, June 6, 1995
  138. New Trek series gets passing grade - Hamilton Spectator, January 17, 1995
  139. Saloonkeeper's Daughter Review - Hamilton Spectator, December 13, 1993
  140. Actors take production roles for HTI melodrama - Hamilton Spectator, December 4, 1993