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The world is indeed in Toronto: this week, a discourse on a contemporary Chinese-Canadian art exhibition, and a celebration of First Nations author, playwright
Alas we couldn’t find many free cultural events during this period except for book launches (if you don’t buy a book) and Thanksgiving church
A charming Celtic festival in a park and Chinese dragon boat races with multi-racial crews; Ethiopian-Canadians showcasing their world and food; a launch of
England, Latin America, Eid ul-Adha, Hot and Spicy Foods, Serbia and Tibet inspired the upcoming events this weekend in Toronto. Most of these are
You might want to consider Pedestrian Sunday in Kensington Market as one of the many events we have in this city’s mosaic of cultures.
August 19: 12:00pm – 11:00pm; August 20: 11:00am – 8:00pm. Free. West side of Spadina Avenue (between St Andrew St & Sullivan St). Performances,
Here are a few of the many free or nearly-free events expressive of Multicultural Toronto this week. It would be nice if all of
International Tai Chi Day. Thursday, 10 August, 10am-2pm. Demonstrations of this Chinese health-giving practice. A parade of one of Toronto’s longest dragons. Yonge-Dundas Square.
Dancing is one of my favourite ice-breakers, a great opportunity for fans of Multicultural Toronto to meet other people. It’s healthy too. You can