Category : Jewish

815. April 21-29+ Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

Sorry to have missed a lot of important and stimulating events this past month but traveling to Israel and Ireland helped broaden my own

808. February 1-11 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

An early Chinese New Year event where you make and gobble down traditional dumplings that look like ancient silver ingots. A World Interfaith Harmony

807. January 25-31 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018.

Black Canadian artists, Buddha’s Enlightenment Day, stories from Canada’s Chinese diaspora and a Cameroon immigrant, and a Night of Ideas from France. Have you

806. January 20-25 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018.

Tea and music in a yurt. A charming video starring the Toronto Tabla Youth Ensemble. Two Robbie Burns Day celebrations. Escaping slavery on the

805. January 13 – 21 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2018

China’s ancient homophobia reconsidered. Two Yolka celebrations. A Tamil heritage festival. Two very different Japanese events. A Raoul Wallenberg Day event. The Winterfolk Festival

799. December 5-13 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

A First Nations 101, a scandal in France caused by Richard Wagner’s opera Tannhäuser, a European art collection at the AGO, and Palestine and

797. November 28-December 4 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

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

790. Holocaust, Holodomor, Nanjing, Nakasaki, and Vikings in Multicultural Toronto – November, 2017

Recently Toronto has been associated with a few of the world’s mass murders, but maybe there’s some indications of hope. When the United States

789. October 22-November 1, etc – Multicultural Events in Toronto  2017

The richness of our cultural diversity is attracting outsiders to visit and to live in Toronto. But have people who have called Toronto home

787. October 10-19 Events in Multicultural Toronto – 2017

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