I tried to focus on the free or nearly-free events of this blog, but couldn’t resist mentioning the cultural variety of some of the
Big during this period are Halloween, Mexico’s Day of the Dead, and Diwali celebrations in Hindu temples. A host of other events also give
This current period includes Easter, one of our most important Christian events. Multicultural Toronto offers a vast variety of different ways to celebrate it.
Update: Please note information on Rwanda commemoration below on April 10, added after we first published this blog. Most of us have a lot
Music and stories from Africa, a Jewish concert and Shabbat ceremony, and medieval music at Toronto’s Public Labyrinth spring equinox walk. Our annual Francophone
“Toronto residents can pay their respects to the New Zealand victims at a vigil planned tonight at Nathan Phillips Square beginning at 6 p.m.
My husband has been struggling with cancer and heart disease for the last four years. I have accompanied him frequently to a couple of
Here’s this week’s list of mostly free or almost-free events in our culturally-diverse city. Something for everyone: a Martin Luther King Jr. concert; Estonian
Christmas services Portuguese, Danish or Tamil style. Bringing in the New Year meditating in the Korean or Japanese Buddhist way. These are among the
This week, we have an opportunity to hear about some outstanding Arab-Canadian women. There’s a powerful 2002 film by distinguished photographer Edward Burtynsky worth