Category : Yonge-Dundas Square

401. Little Taste of the Philippines

    Emmanuel Gallant writes:     To complement Ruth’s post, “395. Filipino, Justin Trudeau, Indian, & Orange Parades 2013”, here are my impressions

395. Filipino, Justin Trudeau, Indian, & Orange Parades 2013

    With three parades slated last Saturday for Yonge Street each starting nearby at 11am, I wondered what would happen if they collided.

About one thousand First Nations demonstrators gathered under the banner “Idle No More” yesterday at noon hour in Yonge-Dundas Square. They were drawing attention

308. Report on the Ukrainian, Polish, Mexican, Korean, Voices of Nations, & Tibetan Festivals

  This past September 14-16 weekend, I went to five festivals, two parades, and a very spiritual Tibetan event. The Ukrainian parade was better

305. Toronto’s Free or Nearly-Free September 14-16 Multicultural Weekend

  The Ukrainian Parade would be my first priority this weekend. But you might prefer other events. Details like links, addresses, times and schedules

302. Aug. 30-Sept. 2 Multicultural Weekend Report

  Wow. What a great multicultural weekend. I was in three continents with  great music, great spectacles and lots of colour. The Ashkenaz festival

301. Aug. 30 – Sept. 3 Free or Nearly-free Multicultural Events Toronto

  Thursday, August 30 At noon-time, diners at Nathan Phillips Square will hear West African-inspired music by Afrafanto and the Tich Maredza Band for

297. Aug. 23-26 Affordable Multicultural Events Toronto

    We have a full weekend of free or nearly-free cultural events that show off Toronto’s diversity. It starts on Thursday morning with

294. Aug. 16-19 Affordable Multicultural Weekend Events

  This weekend’s free or nearly-free multicultural events start to heat up on Thursday evening with the beginning of the four-day annual South Asian