Category : Afghanistan

770. July 21-26. Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Brazil, England, First Nations, India, Japan, and Russia have inspired cultural events in Toronto this week. You can meet and talk with Israelis and

572. Mississauga Flea Market for Refugees?  December 2015.

With hundreds of Syrian refugees arriving daily in Toronto these days, the eyes of many local residents could be  opened to previously unknown stores

566. Resources for Those Helping Syrian & Other Refugees – December, 2015.

The Information Fair for Sponsors of Syrian Refugees brought out several hundred people to Toronto City Hall earlier this week. Many were eager to

454. Identifying Flags from Nevruz Countries in Toronto – 2015

Ruth writes: I especially wanted to go to one of my favourites, the Nevruz Spring Festival at the Nile Academy. This festival is great

442. Muslim Food Fair – 2015

Ruth writes: It was a great start. Last weekend was the first Family Food Day presented by the Understanding Islam Academy and MuslimFest. It

484. A Report with Videos of South Asia at the ROM 2014

Ruth writes: At the Royal Ontario Museum this past weekend, I found the South Asian Heritage Days especially fun, but for unexpected reasons. The

I’ve been going to as many of Toronto’s ethnic festivals as possible for the last three or four years. The ones I like best

307. Bata Shoe Museum’s Shoe Project

The Bata Shoe Museum has a new exhibition about the special shoes of 12 immigrant women from countries like the Ukraine, Turkey and Japan.