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.
Some of our various cultural festivals give us an indication of the size of our different cultural communities; for example, the huge Sikh Khalsa
My husband has been struggling with cancer and heart disease for the last four years. I have accompanied him frequently to a couple of
It must be the cold weather and the need for lots of food. Not many free events have come to my attention during this
My first choices for this period are China’s Ai Weiwei’s new exhibition and France’s impressionist painters’ industrial landscapes – beauty even in coal smoke.
Don’t let the cold and ice storms stop you from exploring the world in Toronto. Just be aware that some events could get cancelled.
It’s hard to avoid Chinese New Year celebrations during this period. They are ubiquitous in Toronto this month. While most of the Chinese events
Here’s your opportunity to experience Africa, Maroons, and a famous Muslim comic from the U.S. Do you know what Maroons are? With Black History