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Our commitment is to ensure the safety of everyone who chooses to attend a Quesnel Pride Society event. This means upholding our virtual code of conduct and following our COVID Safety Plan.  All of our in-person events are contingent on provincial health orders and the results of ongoing community consultation.

We are very excited for people to attend our events in whatever capacity they feel the safest. We will be diligently monitoring the Provincial Health Guidelines as we head into Step 3 of the BC Restart plan and will update this page as things progress.

Our Decision

Provincial Health Guidelines


Quesnel Pride Society has been continually monitoring the provincial health guidelines to ensure we can create a safe event experience for all who attend. During the decision making progress we:

  • Followed the recommendations and rules put in place by the Provincial Government

  • Watched the daily positive case statistics

  • Considered the comfort and safety of our Board and Volunteers

  • Listened to those who are being disproportionately affected by the effects of the pandemic

Pride Parade


While the current Provincial Health Recommendations have lifted the mask mandate, feel free to wear your mask if you feel more comfortable.  We also encourage some distancing as well - depending on your comfort level.

In-Person Events


Safety has always been one of our top priorities at Quesnel Pride Society Events and this year is no different. We are hosting multiple in-person events so you can choose the ones that suit you and your bubble the most. Before attending our in-person events such as Pride Parade or our Pride BBQs, please take the time to carefully review the following safety protocols we’ve implemented to keep everybody safe.

  • Limited capacity: A maximum of number of guests will be permitted to attend per time slot. Detailed capacity information will be released as events are announced.

  • Tickets and Registration: To book your tickets, please visit

  • Masks: The mask mandate has lifted, but you are free to continue wearing a mask.

  • Sanitization: Sanitizer stations will be placed throughout the event site.

  • Physical distancing between pods: Physical distancing will be encouraged where possible. Please respect others need for distance.

What is expected of our attendees?

  • Do not hassle others if they feel more comfortable in continuing to wear a mask. You know nothing of their health situation, and they may feel more comfortable protecting themselves with a mask.


Virtual Code of Conduct


Quesnel Pride Society is dedicated to providing a harassment-free event experience for EVERYONE.

While attending our events, we kindly ask you to follow the below guidelines.

  • Remain positive and accepting at our online events.

  • Use welcoming and inclusive language when commenting or engaging with others.

  • Respect people’s pronouns! If you get them wrong and the person corrects you, say “Thank you” instead of “Sorry!”

  • Stay vigilant of messages that solicit donations or payments. All of our online events are FREE to attend and we do not ask you to provide us with any financial information. Please be careful and never share passwords online.

  • Please do not be ableist, racist, homophobic, transphobic or anti-2SLGBTQAI+ in any way.

  • Please do not assume things about anyone such as their sexual orientation, gender identity, pronouns, etc. If you are unsure, you can always ask politely.

  • Please do not sell or promote goods or services during our events. If you are interested in being added to our Business Directory and are a queer-owned business, please reach out to us at


Event organizers reserve the right to mute, block, or remove the offender with or without warning for violating any of these rules.

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