Category : Jamaica

789. October 22-November 1, etc – Multicultural Events in Toronto  2017

The richness of our cultural diversity is attracting outsiders to visit and to live in Toronto. But have people who have called Toronto home

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

776.  Affordable Events Aug. 17-21 in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

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

775.  August 11-16 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017.

We are all over the world map again this week. Lucky us. And most events are free or almost free so we can explore

760.  June 1-7 and Other Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

June is Italian Heritage Month and Aboriginal Culture Month. This week, drums from many countries start vibrating in Woodbine Park, inspiring us all to

676. August 1, 5-7 Events in Affordable Multicultural Toronto – 2016

This coming week’s events include Black history, Bolivia, Buddhist, Greek, Indian, japan, Latin, Christian, Jamaican and Multicultural. Black History. OBHS Freedom Festival! Celebrating August

593. Film with Bob Marley’s Granddaughter – February 5, 2016

RasTa: A Soul’s Journey. Free Film Screening with RSVP. Remarks by Donisha Prendergast. 6pm. Royal Ontario Museum. Attendees should enter though the President’s Choice

384. World’s Drumming Beat – Report on Muhtadi Festival 2013.

Emmanuel Gallant attended the free Muhtadi International Drumming Festival at Woodbine Park earlier this month. At its 14th annual edition, he found a sparkling

373. A Buddha’s Birthday Feast with Bacon.

   It happened at the Zen Buddhist Temple on Vaughan Road in Toronto last week. The occasion was Buddha’s birthday. “In the Buddhist culture,

353. Free or Nearly-Free Toronto Black History Month Events

The Toronto Public Library has events, all free, that give you a chance to meet some of your Black neighbours and question them about