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Free and almost-free events in the City of Toronto
Free and almost-free events in the City of Toronto

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The opening of our CNE signals the upcoming end of summer. In a couple weeks we will have fewer our outdoor festivals. Among these mid-August events here are those from South Asia, China, the Kurdish Community,  Vietnam, India, Philippines, Ukraine,…
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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 just Chinese. A lively Christian festival and interesting happenings centered on Ghana and our Kurdish Community. Our…
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Here are festivals and events where you can experience Black History, the Underground Freedom Train, the Caribbean, First Nations, India, Italy, Russia, Spain, Sri Lanka, the U.S. and Zimbabwe in our Toronto. Most of these events are free, or almost free.…
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The Lao Summer Festival is so popular with our viewers that I’m giving you its poster earlier than usual so you can mark it on your calendar.  It’s one of my favourite festivals too because it makes me feel like I’m back in romantic Laos (where my husband…
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During this period, you can meet Colombians and Peruvians and do your own test of the best Tibetan momos in Parkdale. You can get a glimpse of the historical beginnings of our Caribbean Carnival, and discern how and if Confucius has had an effect on…
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Wonderful how the plight of 12 young soccer players lost in a remote cave in Thailand brought the world together recently. Here in Toronto, we can share such concerns directly with Thai neighbours. Coming up are opportunities to interact with people with…
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Different cultural events are in profusion all over Multicultural Toronto now and those listed here are free or almost free unless you want to gorge on exotic food and drink. Among the biggest are the Caribbean Carnival, the Asian Night Market, and…
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Canada Day during this period comes with a free pancake breakfast at Thomson Memorial Park. You don’t need to go to Calgary for this traditional treat. Other Canada Day events include fireworks in at least seven different locations. Most are without…
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I just heard about some World Refugee Day commemorations in Toronto, good places to meet some new immigrants and show support for  Multicultural Toronto. Ruth Wednesday, June 20. Community Walk. From Yonge-Dundas Square to a lunch at Regent Park from…
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