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Welcome from  Greater Toronto and Hamilton area’s polyamory community.

We’re excited that your search of Polyamory has brought you here!

We are a non-profit, community-run, community-led group serving the interests of the Greater Toronto and Hamilton area (GTHA) with the goal to be the region’s premier social and educational source on the topics of polyamory and open relationships. Our members come from a variety of backgrounds and communities, and hold in common the belief that love and intimacy are great gifts that deserve to be shared beyond the monogamy model that seems to be the status quo in society.

We endeavour to make this purpose a reality by being a supportive and vibrant community of like-minded individuals, while in time acting as a resource and source of information for members of the media, academia and the public at large.

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Recently our primary source for event information, meetup.com, experienced a major technical issue.  If this reoccurs please contact us here, via our facebook page or our twitter account for more information. 

2 comments on “Home
  1. Richard says:

    Hello! My wife and I ( 30 yrs married ) have had an open and loving relationship for thr past 10 years or so. She has a friend whim she only sees out side of me while I do not at this time have a friend or contacts to meet others like us. I do get to the city as often as possible but am 2.5 hour east ( Trenton). Please include me in any info you may have on gaherings in the future so I might attend and hopfully meet new friends.

    • Eva says:

      Hi Richard,

      Please join us on our private site for all our event details. Follow the links located in the Join Our Community tab. Thanks for your comment.

      Sincerely, Eva

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