Category : France

856. Affordable Events January 13-22+ in Multicultural Toronto – 2019

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

853. December 15-22 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018.

As we get closer to Christmas, Toronto is bursting full with many festivals, musical concerts and parties. December 21 is the winter solstice. The

852. December 7-15+ Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

As usual, the world is in Toronto this week with lots to do, much of it free of charge including a play set in

851. November 27-December 6+ Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

As we move into December, Christmas activities seem to dominate. In addition to religious events, look for seasonal theatre, parties, fund raisers, flower shows,

846. October 24-November 4 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

The world is in Toronto but Toronto is out there in the world. Last year, an exhibition of Canadian art was shown in Venice,

837. August 15-23+ Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

The opening of our CNE signals the upcoming end of summer. In a couple weeks we will have fewer outdoor festivals. Among these mid-August

830. July 6–16+ Caribbean Carnival, Carabram, Halal Fest, Kalayaan, etc. – 2018.

Different cultural events are in profusion all over Multicultural Toronto now and those listed here are free or almost free unless you want to

807. January 25-31 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018.

Black Canadian artists, Buddha’s Enlightenment Day, stories from Canada’s Chinese diaspora and a Cameroon immigrant, and a Night of Ideas from France. Have you

806. January 20-25 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018.

Tea and music in a yurt. A charming video starring the Toronto Tabla Youth Ensemble. Two Robbie Burns Day celebrations. Escaping slavery on the

803. January 1 – 14  New Year’s Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018.

You can experience the world in Toronto even when it’s winter. During this period, you can see rare architectural photographs from France, take part