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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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Take your pick. An Asian night market or a stimulating ride on the nostalgic Freedom Train? How about a ceremony lighting up the CN Tower in Caribbean colours or an introduction to Creole culture? There’s also a Cuban musical ensemble and examples of rich…

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July 22. 10am-4pm.Free.  Earl Bales Park Area 3. South of Sheppard Avenue West and East of Bathurst Street.  http://www.BurmaCanadianAssociation.ca. This Burmese/Myanmar event is one of my favourites because it is small and a real summer picnic. Nothing…

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Brazil, England, First Nations, India, Japan, and Russia have inspired cultural events in Toronto this week. You can meet and talk with Israelis and Palestinians here on a peace-making journey. You can feel the pain of one of the world’s most intense…

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An Asian night market, Indigenous sports tournament,  French folk dancing, Indian mela, and a festival with 13 different country pavilions are among this week’s events to consider going to.  Also among the choices, some thoughts about sustainable…

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This parade comes with a lot of history reaching back to 17th Century Europe. The Orange Order is a Protestant fraternal organization based in Northern Ireland and Scotland. Its inspiration goes back to William, Prince of Orange, Holland who went to…

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  France. Bastille Day 2017. Sunday. July 9. 11am-4pm.  “On Sunday, July 9th, we invite all the French community of the GTA to gather around an open-air picnic at Dufferin Grove Park. A DJ will be here all the day. So, follow the music, find the French…

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Dancing is one of my favourite ice-breakers, a great opportunity for fans of Multicultural Toronto to meet other people. It’s healthy too. You can do it Japanese, African, Caribbean or big band style this week. Other affordable events include one which…

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On July 1, most Canadians will celebrate a very special birthday called Canada 150. It’s been 150 years since the fathers of Canada’s confederation joined Upper and Lower Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to form the Dominion of Canada. This was the…

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I just received the poster for this free, exciting Sri Lankan Canada 150 event for Saturday, June 24. Ruth.

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These are just a few of the many events this week expressing Toronto’s famous diversity. The problem will be choosing where you want to spend your time. Consider the location carefully because of traffic jams! The following free or almost-free events are…
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