Category : Canada

279. June 29-July 2 Canada Day Multicultural Toronto Weekend

  July 1, Canada’s national day in Toronto is a many-splendoured thing. For those fans of ethnic culture lucky enough to be in town,

277. Lisa Odjig, Morningstar River, and Kehewin Native Dance Theatre, a Review.

  I spent a leisurely afternoon at Fort York last Sunday. It was commemorating the War of 1812. My highlights were the three First

276. Jun. 22-24 Multicultural Toronto Weekend

  For people interested in free or nearly free events that showcase Toronto’s amazing diversity, this weekend is another treasure-trove. Italian Heritage Month continues

275. Jun 16-17 Multicultural Toronto Weekend

  Help needed. So much is happening this summer in the free or nearly-free department that I’m having a hard time keeping up. So

270. Carassauga 2012, a Report

  Last Sunday, Carassauga started off badly for me. I thought I had planned my visit carefully by choosing only five countries. I only had

265. Multicultural Doors Open

  Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27. 12-5pm. Some buildings close earlier. Over 135 buildings in the GTA are open to the public

264. Carassauga Festival, One of GTA’s Best

  With 60 countries represented in 26 pavilions at 12 locations across Mississauga, this is a not-to-be missed multicultural event. Festivals in other parts

263. Multicultural Victoria Day Weekend

  Lots happening in multicultural Toronto this holiday weekend May 19-21 that’s free or nearly free. Details are on www.TorontoMulticulturalCalendar.com . On Saturday, from

260. Big Drum Social at the Native Canadian Centre

  Janice Chan writes about her first experience at the Big Drum Social A few weeks ago, I went to the Big Drum Social

  Arriving late, I missed the national anthems of Turkey, Canada and Macedonia. In addition to the Turks and Macedonians, there were other performers: