The 10th annual Ottawa Dyke March took place Saturday, Aug 23.
The 10th annual Ottawa Dyke March took place Saturday, Aug 23.
Julie Cruikshank
Ottawa Dyke March organizers Joanne Bradley (left), Sarah Manns and Nicole McRae.
Ottawa Dyke March organizers Joanne Bradley (left), Sarah Manns and Nicole McRae.
Julie Cruikshank
POWER vice-chair Katherine Van Meyl (right) attended the Dyke March with her mother. 
POWER vice-chair Katherine Van Meyl (right) attended the Dyke March with her mother. 
Julie Cruikshank
City council candidate Catherine McKenney attended the march with her wife and daughter. She told the crowd that she decided to run for office because she believes Ottawa's city council needs more strong women.
City council candidate Catherine McKenney attended the march with her wife and daughter. She told the crowd that she decided to run for office because she believes Ottawa's city council needs more strong women.
Julie Cruikshank
Amanda Ryan, of Gender Mosaic, says she feels the trans community is well represented at Pride in Ottawa.
Amanda Ryan, of Gender Mosaic, says she feels the trans community is well represented at Pride in Ottawa.
Julie Cruikshank
Many queer parents brought their children to the march.
Many queer parents brought their children to the march.
Julie Cruikshank
Ariel Troster (left) and Caitlyn Pascal attended the march with their two-year-old daughter, Daphne.
Ariel Troster (left) and Caitlyn Pascal attended the march with their two-year-old daughter, Daphne.
Julie Cruikshank
Ottawa police were present at the Dyke March as per a bylaw that states they must be present at all public events on city streets. Organizers say they would prefer the police use bicycles next year.
Ottawa police were present at the Dyke March as per a bylaw that states they must be present at all public events on city streets. Organizers say they would prefer the police use bicycles next year.
Julie Cruikshank
Ottawa Dyke March 2014.
Ottawa Dyke March 2014.
Julie Cruikshank
The march was followed by a picnic in Minto Park.
The march was followed by a picnic in Minto Park.
Julie Cruikshank
Ottawa Dyke March 2014.
Ottawa Dyke March 2014.
Julie Cruikshank
  • The 10th annual Ottawa Dyke March took place Saturday, Aug 23.
    The 10th annual Ottawa Dyke March took place Saturday, Aug 23.
    Julie Cruikshank
  • Ottawa Dyke March organizers Joanne Bradley (left), Sarah Manns and Nicole McRae.
    Ottawa Dyke March organizers Joanne Bradley (left), Sarah Manns and Nicole McRae.
    Julie Cruikshank
  • POWER vice-chair Katherine Van Meyl (right) attended the Dyke March with her mother. 
    POWER vice-chair Katherine Van Meyl (right) attended the Dyke March with her mother. 
    Julie Cruikshank
  • City council candidate Catherine McKenney attended the march with her wife and daughter. She told the crowd that she decided to run for office because she believes Ottawa's city council needs more strong women.
    City council candidate Catherine McKenney attended the march with her wife and daughter. She told the crowd that she decided to run for office because she believes Ottawa's city council needs more strong women.
    Julie Cruikshank
  • Amanda Ryan, of Gender Mosaic, says she feels the trans community is well represented at Pride in Ottawa.
    Amanda Ryan, of Gender Mosaic, says she feels the trans community is well represented at Pride in Ottawa.
    Julie Cruikshank
  • Many queer parents brought their children to the march.
    Many queer parents brought their children to the march.
    Julie Cruikshank
  • Ariel Troster (left) and Caitlyn Pascal attended the march with their two-year-old daughter, Daphne.
    Ariel Troster (left) and Caitlyn Pascal attended the march with their two-year-old daughter, Daphne.
    Julie Cruikshank
  • Ottawa police were present at the Dyke March as per a bylaw that states they must be present at all public events on city streets. Organizers say they would prefer the police use bicycles next year.
    Ottawa police were present at the Dyke March as per a bylaw that states they must be present at all public events on city streets. Organizers say they would prefer the police use bicycles next year.
    Julie Cruikshank
  • Ottawa Dyke March 2014.
    Ottawa Dyke March 2014.
    Julie Cruikshank
  • The march was followed by a picnic in Minto Park.
    The march was followed by a picnic in Minto Park.
    Julie Cruikshank
  • Ottawa Dyke March 2014.
    Ottawa Dyke March 2014.
    Julie Cruikshank
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