The fight for gender rights is strengthening in Canada as more municipalities incorporate gender neutrality in their communications and offer inclusive public spaces.
This week, the City of Winnipeg considered re-writing its websites, signs, programs and other city services to be more gender-neutral. The city’s main library branch is also in the process of changing to gender-neutral washrooms.
Last week, the Union of B.C. Municipalities voted to lobby the province to require gender-neutral language across all local governments.
"We need to make sure our language is not causing harm and is accurate," Jeremy Loveday, a councillor from Victoria, told the convention, according to the Vancouver Sun.
Over the past few years, provinces have changed their human rights codes to accommodate transgender and non-binary individuals.
Here is a look at some recent changes across Canada.