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889. Affordable Events October 31-November 11+ in Multicultural Toronto – 2019.

I tried to focus on the free or nearly-free events of this blog,  but couldn’t resist mentioning the cultural variety of some of the

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

882. Affordable Events August 21-30 in Multicultural Toronto – 2019.

Are any of our multicultural or inter-faith groups working on Global Warming together? I’m concerned that I haven’t found any. I was hoping it

868. Affordable Events April 8-15+ in Multicultural Toronto – 2019.

Update: Please note information on Rwanda commemoration below on April 10, added after we first published this blog.  Most of us have a lot

866. Affordable Events March 20-31+ in Multicultural Toronto – 2019

Music and stories from Africa, a Jewish concert and Shabbat ceremony, and medieval music at Toronto’s Public Labyrinth spring equinox walk. Our annual Francophone

857.  Affordable Events January 22-31 in Multicultural Toronto – 2019

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

852. December 7-15+ Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

As usual, the world is in Toronto this week with lots to do, much of it free of charge including a play set in

849. November 11-18+ Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018.

How many living worldwide cultures can you find in Toronto during this period? Prolific are Toronto’s Remembrance Day events reflective of mainly European and

848. October 28-November 12+ Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

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

845.  October 13-25 Affordable Events in Multicultural Toronto- 2018

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.