Published by : Ruth

Last week, I went to Christmas Around the World, a tiny but beautiful festival in Toronto’s city hall rotunda. Trees were decorated with the likes

I was in Chicago during Hanukkah and found this menorah and some friendly people at the Temple Sholom there. During the festival, the middle

Where are the most amazing Christmas lights in Toronto this year? Is it Bloor-Yorkville? Bloor West Village? Greek Town on the Danforth? Little Italy?

Are you sick of “Christmas” music in the malls? Does it really get you in the true Christmas spirit? You’ll find a more genuine

Our daughter Linda, who is a gardener for the City of Toronto, has been growing flowers for the city’s Christmas Flower Shows. The shows are

Somebody does have to pay for those free or almost free events available for us to enjoy. The Myanmar Cultural Association of Brampton (MCAB)

19. Asians in Ontario

  Last Sunday, I experienced one of the best multicultural events in Toronto. It had food, dances, and exemplary cooperation. It was extremely well

18. Big Drum Social

This free weekly social provides a wonderful opportunity to gab with First Nations folk, but only if you make an effort. (See for

17. November 20-21

There’s much happening this weekend in the multicultural department. Can anyone fit in the Santa Claus parade, the 29th Annual Swedish Christmas Festival, and

16. Bazaar at a Japanese Church

I didn’t think the annual bazaar at the Japanese Buddhist Church at 1011 Sheppard West fitted the ground rules for my calendar. It was