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799. December 5-13 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

A First Nations 101, a scandal in France caused by Richard Wagner’s opera Tannhäuser, a European art collection at the AGO, and Palestine and

798. Light and Dark in Different Religions – December 4 & 6 – 2017

Rohingya. Bangladesh. Myanmar. A Tale of Sub-Human: the Rohingyas in Myanmar and Bangladesh. Wednesday, December 6. 4-6pm. Free. This is the first discussion in

797. November 28-December 4 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Christmas dominates this period. A Danish church has a Santa Lucia pageant and Christians observe Advent. A European book club studies Sophie Divry’s Madame

796.  Christmas, Judicial,  Challenging & Fun Events in Multicultural Toronto – November 21-28, 2017.

Meet Guatemalan plaintiffs involved in an anti-Canadian mining court case, or rock to live music at our annual Christmas tree lighting at City Hall.

795. Santa Claus Parade, Ethical Italian Cuisine & Palestinian Discussions Among November 15-20 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Creative Algorithms: from Islamic Art to Digital Media and a handbell concert in the Egyptian Coptic Cathedral; Louis Riel Day and Moroccan flag raisings;

794. November 9-15 Events in Multicultural Toronto with Black Artists, Italian Plays, & Goya Exhibition – 2017

Canada-China relations, African and Persian-inspired music, a gallery dedicated to Black artists, and Indigenous arts are among this period’s events. The launch of a

793. Remembrance Day and Ai Weiwei’s Film “Human Flow” in Multicultural Toronto – Now to November 11, 2017

Official ceremonies on or around November 11 take place at civic sites around the GTA. Also known locally as Armistice Day, the date was

792. Christmas & Other Bazaars in Multicultural Toronto – November-December, 2017

Many organizations offer annual bazaars this time of year. Most have free entry. Most sell handicrafts, seasonal treats and traditional home-baked goods. Some sell

791. November 1-9 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

 People who identify as visible minorities are now a majority in Toronto. 51.5%. The Toronto Star pointed this out last week following the release

790. Holocaust, Holodomor, Nanjing, Nakasaki, and Vikings in Multicultural Toronto – November, 2017

Recently Toronto has been associated with a few of the world’s mass murders, but maybe there’s some indications of hope. When the United States