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
Lots of events are happening in the “Multicultural Department” in Toronto, many but not all free of charge. Here are a few that makes
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
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.
How many living worldwide cultures can you find in Toronto during this period? Prolific are Toronto’s Remembrance Day events reflective of mainly European and
Something for everyone in our diverse city: the future of Asia-Canada, a book on feisty Black women, and a Canada-India-based play centered on cricket.
China, First Nations, Ireland, Italy, Punjab, and Ukraine are here but I have to stop adding any more to this blog or I’ll never
During this period, you can meet representatives of the cultures of about 40 different countries and regions, and four different religions. They can tell