The opening of our CNE signals the upcoming end of summer. In a couple weeks we will have fewer outdoor festivals. Among these mid-August
Events in Toronto inspired by Africa, Asia’s famous night markets, Halal food, and a Taoist ritual for the souls of all the dead, not
Wonderful how the plight of 12 young soccer players lost in a remote cave in Thailand brought the world together recently. Here in Toronto,
Asia, China, First Nations, Italy, Portugal and our multiculturalism inspire lots of big, outdoor, festivals overflowing with smiling people during this period. We also
The weather is warmer and our events are moving out of doors, some of them weekly for the rest of the summer. In this
Opportunities to meet a Bangladeshi, Black, Saudi Arabian/Yemenite, Syrian, German and/or a Trinidadian author. A Ramadan iftar and Newcomers Day in Nathan Phillips Square.
During this period, you can meet representatives of the cultures of about 40 different countries and regions, and four different religions. They can tell
Classes about Buddhism and a birthday celebration. A Chinese-Canadian film, and an all-night Jewish cultural event. An international children’s festival and several Ramadan events
Does anyone know of an event where people of our different cultural groups can discuss mental health issues together? Like how to help “loners”?
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