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Were you at a levee? The crowd at the Lieutenant Governor’s New Year’s event would probably have been thicker but for the rain. We

It’s not “Coptic Orthodox Christmas,” Helene Moussa says about January 7. “It’s the ‘Feast of the Nativity.’ We celebrate the birth of Christ, the incarnation of

  Dragon Boat races in January? Of course not, but January 1 is the time to think about New Year’s resolutions. It’s time to

Levees were started in New France, now Quebec, in 1646 by its Governor. They were opportunities to pass on news from France and wish

Some Toronto traditions are crazy, but they help an important cause. The 6th Annual Habitat for Humanity Polar Bear Dip on January 1, 2011

As we celebrate Christmas, my thoughts are with the Chaldean Catholic church in Bagdad, which has a branch in Toronto. The New York Times

For those new to Canada and Christianity, Christmas was originally and primarily a religious day to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, the founder of

 The 21st annual Winter Solstice celebration in Kensington Market this year went smoothly. This was my third year. In previous years, the crowd in

They are not as lavish as the lights on houses in Pickering mentioned by the Toronto Star, but the lights on some houses on

 I’ve been to two of these Kensington Market December 21 winter solstice celebrations in past years. They are magical for children, many of whom