We try to include as many as possible different cultures, countries and regions that you can find in Toronto. We also try to mention
This week, we have an opportunity to hear about some outstanding Arab-Canadian women. There’s a powerful 2002 film by distinguished photographer Edward Burtynsky worth
Meet Guatemalan plaintiffs involved in an anti-Canadian mining court case, or rock to live music at our annual Christmas tree lighting at City Hall.
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
The world is indeed in Toronto and you can experience it without a visa or a plane ticket or spending very much money. Canada,
Here are some free or almost-free events to amuse or educate you in our diverse city. Celts. Celtic Studies Speakers Series present “The Invisible
If you can’t see three polar bears in our cover image, look again. This pair of sealskin boots from the Bata Shoe Museum’s current
One of our most beautiful Christmas customs is the Santa Lucia pageant, this year at 1 and 3pm on both days of this festival.
This is one of many diverse, cultural events happening in multicultural Toronto this weekend. Help celebrate our profusion of cultures. Spend your weekends exploring
Jenny Lind (1820-1887) was known as the Swedish Nightingale. This concert in her honour is of Nordic music. Tickets at: http://toronto.swea.org/2015/jenny-lind-concert-2015/