Here’s our next batch of opportunities to enjoy the diversity in our city. Most are free or almost free. Ruth. Africa. Habari Africa. Friday,
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
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.
How many cities can claim contact with the living cultures of Asia, Bavaria, China, Britain, England, Ethiopia, Iran, Japan, Philippines, and Ukraine, plus a
Events in Toronto inspired by Africa, Asia’s famous night markets, Halal food, and a Taoist ritual for the souls of all the dead, not
Asia, China, First Nations, Italy, Portugal and our multiculturalism inspire lots of big, outdoor, festivals overflowing with smiling people during this period. We also
Does anyone know of an event where people of our different cultural groups can discuss mental health issues together? Like how to help “loners”?
We are all over the world map again this week. Lucky us. And most events are free or almost free so we can explore
An Asian night market, Indigenous sports tournament, French folk dancing, Indian mela, and a festival with 13 different country pavilions are among this week’s