This weekend is centered around the big Caribbean Carnival Festival with its Grand Parade on Saturday. Monday is the August Civic Public Holiday.
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,
I spent a leisurely afternoon at Fort York last Sunday. It was commemorating the War of 1812. My highlights were the three First
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
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
Last Sunday, Carassauga started off badly for me. I thought I had planned my visit carefully by choosing only five countries. I only had
Sometimes I learn about free or nearly-free ethnic events in Toronto by going on the Web. Just by clicking on “Ukrainian events in Toronto”
New Year’s in multicultural Toronto has some interesting events that are free. In addition to the children’s 6 to 9:30 pm New Year’s Eve