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900. Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – February 28 – March 20, 2020.

Toronto’s multicultural scene continues to thrive. A few cancellations have occurred and some restaurants report fewer in-house customers due to fear of the Covid-19

899. Affordable Events February 12 – 29 in Multicultural Toronto – 2020.

Don’t let the cold stop you from exploring the world in Toronto. Just be aware that some events could get cancelled. Be sure to

898. Affordable Events January 25 – February 9 in Multicultural Toronto – 2020.

Is Artificial Intelligence a culture? With a new language, a way of solving problems, of thinking? Is it a religion? Here are opportunities to

897. Lunar New Year Events January 18-February 29 in Multicultural Toronto – 2020.

The Lunar New Year starts this year on January 25. Some events have actually happened earlier. This is a time for visits with family

896. Affordable Events January 14-26 in Multicultural Toronto – 2020

How do young Taiwanese find Taiwanese partners if they live outside their heritage country? A documentary and discussion this month in Toronto shows how

895. January 9 in Multicultural Toronto – 2020

We just heard about the Vigil this evening in Mel Lastman Square organized by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress.  We share your grief.

894. Affordable Events January 2-19 in Multicultural Toronto – 2020.

Hi there. I just spent a lovely Christmas week enjoying Skypes of new grandson Ravi, who comes from Italian, Latvian, Irish and Chinese stock,

893. Affordable Events December 21-30 in Multicultural Toronto – 2019

Most Torontonians identify themselves as Christian so it’s only logical that Christmas events dominate this month. But Toronto has other parts of the world

892. Affordable Events December 2 to 15 in Multicultural Toronto – 2019.

Winter has arrived. But we still have some free events. We also have some very expensive ones and fund raisers as we celebrate the

891. Affordable Events November 22-December 4 in Multicultural Toronto – 2019.

Want to join the next Global Climate Strike? Hear what academics are saying about China’s leadership?  How about asking some Hong Kong neighbours what’s