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884. Affordable Events September 10-19 in Multicultural Toronto – 2019

Lots of events are happening in the “Multicultural Department” in Toronto, many but not all free of charge. Here are a few that makes

873. Affordable Events May 18-26+ in Multicultural Toronto – 2019.

Where can we see the world in our city? Our neighbours from Argentine, Azerbaijan, Guyana and Eritrea will be raising their heritage flags at

872. Affordable Events May 11-19 in Multicultural Toronto – 2019

Share the excitement of a First Nations bingo. Sample our diverse Black cuisine. Attend a concert with South-African-Mexican influenced music. Support the efforts of

846. October 24-November 4 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

The world is in Toronto but Toronto is out there in the world. Last year, an exhibition of Canadian art was shown in Venice,

841. Affordable Events Sept. 15-23 in Multicultural Toronto – 2018.

You can find a wide range of events inspired by a wide range of countries in our city. History of the Baltic states. Irish

840. Affordable Events Sept 6-13+ in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

A good reason to learn about Assyria and Australia. Plan now to share a Thanksgiving with Newcomers. Celtic, Ethiopian and Polish festivals. Two Christian

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