One Harbour: 2SLGBTQIA+ Stories of Halifax and Dartmouth (working title) is an interview-style documentary series focused on telling underrepresented and relevant stories and history from within the rainbow community, by the rainbow community.


Eight to ten “chaptered” videos that aim to tell a diverse story of the rainbow community in Halifax & Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Each video seeks to explore a different subculture or self-identified 2SLGBTQIA+ “letter”, which creates a cohesive narrative from the community.


While filmed in English, each episode will be translated into French, with subtitles provided. All final video edits will be released publicly online.

As these stories are considered an underrepresented part of Canadian Heritage, when possible, these stories will exist for consumption without any barriers of paywalls or subscription fees.

Are you 2SLGBTQIA+? Tell your stories of Dartmouth and Halifax. Be a part of history. Click here to get started.

Interested in sharing your voice?

We want to hear from you. Truly, sincerely, we stress this: if you are a part of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, reach out. The only thing we ask is that you are a part of the community.

We also wish to acknowledge that due to the sheer size potential of this project, not all persons may get the opportunity to be directly documented. In these scenarios, we do not wish to discredit the validity of your story, rather note that perhaps your story may be experienced by others and may already be included!

To start the process, reach out here.

Jessica Webber (they/she)

Jessica is a queer, trans*, third-generation multidisciplinary artist that has a passion for emotive storytelling and sharing thought-provoking messages. In their past life and under a previous moniker, Jessica quietly worked for over a decade as an award-winning website developer and content creator within some of Atlantic Canada’s premiere boutique design agencies. Their creations have been found in retail stores across the nation, album packaging for recording artists, event posters, and so much more.

These days, Jessica is completing an undergraduate degree in History, Anthropology, and Indigenous Studies (or as she puts it, “The B.A. on Racism”), while creating content for YouTube channels, podcasts, and Twitch streams. Their whole goal in life is to eradicate the notion that change cannot happen when we have the tools to actively and positively highlight the marginalized – right in our pockets.


Financial Support

This project would not be possible without the financial support of the Government of Canada and the Department of Canadian Heritage.


Community Support