LGBT Purge Fund Announces Decision to Resume Negotiations with the CMHR

Ottawa, November 6, 2020 – This week, the LGBT Purge Fund board of directors unanimously approved a resolution to resume negotiations with the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) to plan an exhibition about the LGBT Purge at the Museum.

In June 2020, very serious allegations of racism and homophobia at the CMHR […]

Our Progress in 2020

So far, 2020 has been a busy time for the LGBT Purge Fund. We continue to work on our projects despite the challenges posed by COVID. Here are a few updates:

• The LGBTQ2+ National Monument project is advancing nicely. We are in the process of inviting design firms to share interest and […]

Statement regarding allegations of racism & homophobia at the CMHR

The LGBT Purge Fund has just become aware of very serious allegations of racism and homophobia at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR), as reported in the news media.

The LGBT Purge Fund was created as a result of a class action lawsuit with the primary purpose to memorialize this tragic chapter […]

The LGBTQ2+ National Monument

Good news!

On January 23, 2020, the LGBT Purge Fund received approval from the National Capital Commission for access to our preferred land location to build the LGBTQ2+ National Monument.

The monument will be built in downtown Ottawa in a large area of open land on Wellington Street. The site is located near the […]


The board of directors of the LGBT Purge Fund is pleased to announce that we have hired our first employee. Effective September 19, 2019, Michelle Douglas became the full-time Executive Director of the LGBT Purge Fund.

We are also pleased to announce that Martine Roy will become the Chair of the Board of Directors of the LGBT Purge Fund.