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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

802. December 27-31 and New Year’s Eve Events Update in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Sorry, but our exceptionally cold weather this year has cut our big, outdoor new year celebration in Nathan Phillips Square down to thirty minutes.

791. November 1-9 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

 People who identify as visible minorities are now a majority in Toronto. 51.5%. The Toronto Star pointed this out last week following the release

783. Affordable Events September 13-17 in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Ever hear of a Kitchi Blanket, Bob Dylon, or Sufi Whirling? A fluvial parade in honour of the Virgin of Penafrancia at Bluffers Park

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

772.  July 27 – August 6. Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

Take your pick. An Asian night market or a stimulating ride on the nostalgic Freedom Train? How about a ceremony lighting up the CN

763. June 20-28 and Beyond. Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

These are just a few of the many events this week expressing Toronto’s famous diversity. The problem will be choosing where you want to

699. November 2-7, 2016 Events in Multicultural Toronto

Here are a few of the many events in our city that reflect our multiculturalism. Tell your friends about them. Subscribe to our newsletter

696. October 19-23 Events Reflective of Multicultural Toronto – 2016.

Halloween celebrations, revealing Inter-faith and First Nations history, Multicultural Israel and a charming Japanese film are among Toronto’s interesting, free or almost-free events in