Category : France

714. January 5-9 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017.

A series of participatory folk dancing and free films are among the many events available in our multicultural city this week. France. Balfolk. Folk

694. October 5-11 Free or Almost-Free Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2016

Many cities in the world are finding multiculturalism a burden. Please show your friends how lucky we are with our vast number of interesting,

Folk music from Lebanon and Iran, stories from the Holy Land, poetry, and letter writing to political prisoners are among the topics this month

489. Bastille Day – 2015

“Toronto will feel like France on July 12! Come celebrate the French national holiday at David Pecaut square (215 King Street West). Featuring gastronomy,

436. I Am Charlie/Je Suis Charlie Rally in Toronto – 2015

Ruth writes: There must have been several hundred people at the quickly-organized rally in Nathan Phillips Square yesterday in honour of the recently murdered

408. Opening of CNE’s International Stage 2013

    There were no fireworks, but a few men were flying through the air at the opening of the Ex’s International Stage on

The Fred Astaire & Judy Garland Easter Parade film set in New York City in 1912 inspired the Toronto Vintage Fashion Easter Parade. Because

334. Dec. 8-9 Free or Nearly-free Multicultural Toronto Events

The French Book Fair, the Christmas flower shows (candlelight on Dec. 8 at Allan Gardens), and Lowe’s Christmas Market continue. Performing at the latter

329. Multicultural Toronto’s Free or Nearly-Free Nov. 23-25 Weekend.

  This weekend you can immerse yourself in Mexico, North Korea, Lithuania, France, Estonia, Germany, Malta, Italy, Luxembourg, and/or Sweden. If you are anxious

318. Toronto’s Free or Nearly-Free October 19-21 Multicultural Weekend

  This is a weekend of Armenian and Brazilian films, not free, alas. Details like links, addresses, times and schedules for these events are