Most Torontonians identify themselves as Christian so it’s only logical that Christmas events dominate this month. But Toronto has other parts of the world
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
Christmas dominates this period. A Danish church has a Santa Lucia pageant and Christians observe Advent. A European book club studies Sophie Divry’s Madame
I expect to be on medical leave for the next couple of weeks. So here is what I have so far for May 18-22.
Another potpourri of stimulating events reflecting Toronto’s diverse cultures awaits you. Several are free. Baltic. Opening of the exhibition “Sharing Our Stories: The Baltic
Most New Year’s parties and events are outside our price range. Here are a few affordable and interesting events that reflect Toronto’s cultural diversity.
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
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
The Information Fair for Sponsors of Syrian Refugees brought out several hundred people to Toronto City Hall earlier this week. Many were eager to
Halloween is on October 31. Toronto has been developing many traditions around this event which must look very strange to newcomers to town and