We provide a number of services not only to undergraduate McGill students but to anyone who needs them. Our services are financially accessible for all and we support the Solidarity City Project and agree to never ask for information regarding immigration status. For any inquiries about our services please email us or message us on Facebook and we will be sure to help you to the best of our abilities.

Our co-op stocks pay-what-you-can safe(r) sex supplies, disposable and ecologically responsible menstrual products, and gender affirming items. In order to respect essential social distancing measures, we are operating our co-op 100% remotely with both delivery and pick-up available in the Greater Montreal Area.

Our office and lounge space is located in the recently renovated University Centre. It is a wheelchair-accessible safe(r) space for people of all genders, and is equipped with a microwave, dishes, a kettle, and lots of tea. Currently, we are holding all of our office hours online until it is safe to re-open our doors to the public. 

We operate an alternative library with novels, graphic novels, academic texts, zines, and newspaper archives in conjunction with Queer McGill. Together, we have the largest queer anglophone library in Quebec. We are not currently able to allow borrowing from our library, due to the SSMU building closure, but we will open our library soon!

We run a trans 101/allyship and anti-oppression workshops for other organizations and projects, and we have a resource binder with information about abortion services, counselling, and queer/trans-friendly health services in Montreal. If you are interested in one of our workshops for an organization, group, or project, please reach out to us via email.

We are conscientious that there is often a lack of funding for groups seeking to gather funding for social justice projects. Discretionary Fund Applications are subject to a maximum of $300, and each organization may only apply once per financial year, with priority to organizations that have not received funding before.

We have a Commissioner of Oath on staff that can provide trans-inclusive oath services as well as guide service-users through the process of changing their name and gender marker in the province of Quebec.