Category : Germany

823. Affordable events May 23-29 in Multicultural Toronto – 2018.

Opportunities to meet a Bangladeshi, Black, Saudi Arabian/Yemenite, Syrian, German and/or a Trinidadian author. A Ramadan iftar and Newcomers Day in Nathan Phillips Square.

822. Affordable Events May18-28 in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

During this period, you can meet representatives of the cultures of about 40 different countries and regions, and four different religions. They can tell

820. Other Affordable May 9-15+ Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

Asian and Jewish heritage month events. Poetry in Dutch. An Anishinaabe artist exhibits her work beyond the AGO. The German jazz group Subtone plays

815. April 21-29+ Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

Sorry to have missed a lot of important and stimulating events this past month but traveling to Israel and Ireland helped broaden my own

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

801. December 20-27 events in Multicultural Toronto -2017

Many of the following free events are indoors but some are out of doors during this Christmas period: a new ice rink to experience,

799. December 5-13 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

A First Nations 101, a scandal in France caused by Richard Wagner’s opera Tannhäuser, a European art collection at the AGO, and Palestine and

792. Christmas & Other Bazaars in Multicultural Toronto – November-December, 2017

Many organizations offer annual bazaars this time of year. Most have free entry. Most sell handicrafts, seasonal treats and traditional home-baked goods. Some sell

790. Holocaust, Holodomor, Nanjing, Nakasaki, and Vikings in Multicultural Toronto – November, 2017

Recently Toronto has been associated with a few of the world’s mass murders, but maybe there’s some indications of hope. When the United States

787. October 10-19 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

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