Trans-inclusive signs rolled out at Vancouver City Hall
Vancouver updates washroom signs to include trans people
The new signs are one piece of a larger strategy rolled out by council last July called Supporting Trans Equality and an Inclusive Vancouver. The five main pillars of that strategy cover areas including public space, facilities and signage; programs
'Trans people welcome' signs have been added to every bathroom in Vancouver that is run by city government. Canada has been a long supporter of LGBT rights, and a plan was voted through last year to make Canada's third biggest city more trans-inclusive
The new signage will be rolled out at city buildings in the coming months and is designed to ensure all citizens feel safe and welcome. Tweet. A. A. Report an Error. New signage has been installed …
These signs are now up at washrooms at Vancouver City Hall. They will be distributed to other city-owned facilities in the coming months. New, trans-inclusive sings are going up at washrooms at Vancouver City Hall and other city-owned facilities.
Vancouver has introduced trans-friendly toilet signs in all buildings run by the city government. The third-biggest city in Canada, which has long been a supporter of LGBT rights, voted through a plan last year to make the west-coast location even more