On July 1, most Canadians will celebrate a very special birthday called Canada 150. It’s been 150 years since the fathers of Canada’s confederation
Here are just a few of the free events this weekend reflective of our culturally-diverse city. Heritage backgrounds and origins include England, Ethiopia, Hispanic,
Ruth writes: the Afro-Carib Fest is at the Scarborough Centre Subway Station. It looks like fun, is easy to get to, and it’s free.
Ruth writes: Where is Wiphala? When I read that the “Wiphala flag” was being raised at Toronto City Hall earlier this month, I
Wow. What a great multicultural weekend. I was in three continents with great music, great spectacles and lots of colour. The Ashkenaz festival
Thursday, August 30 At noon-time, diners at Nathan Phillips Square will hear West African-inspired music by Afrafanto and the Tich Maredza Band for
We have a full weekend of free or nearly-free cultural events that show off Toronto’s diversity. It starts on Thursday morning with
The Canadian National Exhibition this year will continue to have Toronto-based ethnic and international entertainment on its International Stage. It will be, as
On summer Thursday lunch hours, free live music inspired by many of Toronto’s cultures accompanies sample dishes from some of our ethnic restaurants.
I hope this Performance Schedule for Yonge-Dundas Square helps you plan your busy Canada Day. It was sent to us by the Community Folk