If you are proud of the cultural diversity in Toronto, please send this blog to your friends abroad. It’s our usual sampling of what’s
Something for everyone in our diverse city: the future of Asia-Canada, a book on feisty Black women, and a Canada-India-based play centered on cricket.
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
Wonderful how the plight of 12 young soccer players lost in a remote cave in Thailand brought the world together recently. Here in Toronto,
During this period, you can meet representatives of the cultures of about 40 different countries and regions, and four different religions. They can tell
Does anyone know of an event where people of our different cultural groups can discuss mental health issues together? Like how to help “loners”?
The richness of our cultural diversity is attracting outsiders to visit and to live in Toronto. But have people who have called Toronto home
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
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
We are all over the world map again this week. Lucky us. And most events are free or almost free so we can explore