Where can we see the world in our city? Our neighbours from Argentine, Azerbaijan, Guyana and Eritrea will be raising their heritage flags at
Share the excitement of a First Nations bingo. Sample our diverse Black cuisine. Attend a concert with South-African-Mexican influenced music. Support the efforts of
We salute the bravery of England’s Morris Dancers and their fans who refused to let rain stop their annual May Day dances at dawn
The world is as usual in Toronto: African music, a Buddhist retreat, and a couple world-encompassing conferences. It’s Orthodox Easter with its sadness and
This current period includes Easter, one of our most important Christian events. Multicultural Toronto offers a vast variety of different ways to celebrate it.
Update: Please note information on Rwanda commemoration below on April 10, added after we first published this blog. Most of us have a lot
In Toronto this week is a film about a search in Canada for a delicacy popular in Japan. Look for an Asian music series
Music and stories from Africa, a Jewish concert and Shabbat ceremony, and medieval music at Toronto’s Public Labyrinth spring equinox walk. Our annual Francophone
Sorry I was late in announcing Toronto City Hall’s New Zealand mosque vigil a couple days ago. I just heard from St. Stephen in
“Toronto residents can pay their respects to the New Zealand victims at a vigil planned tonight at Nathan Phillips Square beginning at 6 p.m.