This current period includes Easter, one of our most important Christian events. Multicultural Toronto offers a vast variety of different ways to celebrate it.
Update: Please note information on Rwanda commemoration below on April 10, added after we first published this blog. Most of us have a lot
Here’s your opportunity to experience Africa, Maroons, and a famous Muslim comic from the U.S. Do you know what Maroons are? With Black History
How many cities can claim contact with the living cultures of Asia, Bavaria, China, Britain, England, Ethiopia, Iran, Japan, Philippines, and Ukraine, plus a
Asia, China, First Nations, Italy, Portugal and our multiculturalism inspire lots of big, outdoor, festivals overflowing with smiling people during this period. We also
Sorry, but our exceptionally cold weather this year has cut our big, outdoor new year celebration in Nathan Phillips Square down to thirty minutes.
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
Ruth writes: When I first started this blog almost four years ago, I had a dream. It was to encourage Torontonians to visit each
Ruth writes: Someone asked me the other day if I went to all the festivals in Toronto. Yikes! I once counted one year’s worth
If you thought last year’s War of 1812 observances were over, think again. Next week Prince Phillip will be here. Toronto will see one