We educate ourselves and others through a variety of means:

• We offer workshops to schools, learning centres and other youth groups on topics such as: Homophobia and Transphobia (called What’s in it for the Homophobe?); Gender Identities; Youth Homelessness and Healthy Teen Relationships.
• We educate ourselves about LGBTQ history through documentaries, research and discussions
• We network with other LGBTQ groups to further our knowledge about their activities both locally and internationally

• We participate in the training of youth and community workers
• We attend Pride and other festivals to spread the word about ourselves and the issues important to LGBTQ youth

• We consult with local communities and local government on public safety strategies
• We train ourselves to be advocates, how to lobby politicians, how to make requests of Council and School Board
• We train the next generation of youth leaders, we have two Peer Leaders (youth from the group now taking more leadership)
• We flash mob
• We monitor School Board policy on Anti-Homophobia and Transphobia
• We participate in campaigns, such as Encourage City Hall to Fly the Pride Flag
• We do intergenerational work so that we learn from our elders and can inform them about our lives
• We do creative performances, express ourselves through art, poetry and spoken word
• We organize community events
• Our members take leadership roles in other organizations, such as GSAs in schools, Pride boards,  amongst others
• We go on field trips, often to Council Chambers
• We lobby for gender neutral facilities
• We support each other
• Order of the Maple Leaf – Awarded by the Imperial Court System of the Americas
• We have lots of fun