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2015

October

Fri Oct 9 - Fri Oct 2
11am-noon

Radio Show is Live! Every Friday from 11am-Noon

Weekly environmental news show, internationally syndicated out of CIUT 89.5FM. more»

Radio Show is Live! Every Friday from 11am-Noon

cal  Fri Oct 9 - Fri Oct 2
11am-noon

CIUT 89.5FM and online at greenmajority.ca

Weekly environmental news show, internationally syndicated out of CIUT 89.5FM.

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2016

July

Wed Jul 20 - Thu Oct 27
Every Thursday, 2 – 9 p.m. (drop-in)

Rhyme N Reason – Music Studio Drop-in Program

This drop-in music program allows youth artists to book studio time with... more»

Rhyme N Reason – Music Studio Drop-in Program

cal  Wed Jul 20 - Thu Oct 27
Every Thursday, 2 – 9 p.m. (drop-in)

PEACH, Unit 127, 127 Eddystone Ave.

This drop-in music program allows youth artists to book studio time with professional engineers and musicians. Participants have access to a recording booth, beat making/mixing room, two rehearsal spaces, five iMac workstations with music production software and a lounge, as well as a knowledgeable staff, plus at 6:30 p.m. DJ Chef provides dinner and discussion – all exposing youth to potential careers in the music and media arts industry.

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Wed Jul 20 - Thu Oct 27
Every Thursday, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Farmers’ Market Thursdays

Find fresh local produce including strawberries, corn, cheese, honey, bread, maple... more»

Farmers’ Market Thursdays

cal  Wed Jul 20 - Thu Oct 27
Every Thursday, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Mel Lastman Square

Find fresh local produce including strawberries, corn, cheese, honey, bread, maple syrup, tomatoes, potatoes, pumpkins and much more. Come for the freshness, stay for the fun. Hosted by the North York Farmers’ Market Association. A little bit of country in the heart of the city.

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Wed Jul 20 - Sat Nov 5
Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Black Creek Community Farm On-Site Market

Buy certified organic vegetables direct from the farm! Enjoy pizza baked in the... more»

Black Creek Community Farm On-Site Market

cal  Wed Jul 20 - Sat Nov 5
Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Black Creek Community Farm

Buy certified organic vegetables direct from the farm!

Enjoy pizza baked in the wood-fired oven. Bring the whole family to meet your farmers and see how your food is grown.

Come to the 4th Annual Farm Festival with kids activities and mini workshops on July 23 from noon to 4 p.m. Limited parking. Cash only.

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September

Thu Sep 1 - Fri Sep 30

Baycrest Health Sciences Intergenerational Community Mural

This intergenerational community mural project engages Baycrest residents and youth... more»

Baycrest Health Sciences Intergenerational Community Mural

cal  Thu Sep 1 - Fri Sep 30

Baycrest Health Sciences

This intergenerational community mural project engages Baycrest residents and youth from North York in a large-scale, site-specific mural that celebrates community and enhances neighbourhood identity while giving an opportunity for different generations to form meaningful connections, learn from each other and create together. Led by Toronto-based artist Bareket Kezwer and facilitated by interdisciplinary staff at Baycrest, the final mural will be installed at the site.

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Fri Sep 9 - Sat Nov 19

After Utopia Art Exhibition

"After Utopia" is an exhibition created by artists Sheraz Khan, Alexandra Hong and... more»

After Utopia Art Exhibition

cal  Fri Sep 9 - Sat Nov 19

Urbanspace Gallery, 401 Richmond St.

"After Utopia" is an exhibition created by artists Sheraz Khan, Alexandra Hong and William Pemulis. The works examine the relationship between people and seemingly mundane suburban spaces; where daily life, memory and personal histories push against ever-crumbling modernist designs. Focused on a section of Eatonville, a West Toronto neighbourhood in Etobicoke, the work visualizes the evolution of a neighbourhood beyond an original Modernist utopian vision. The work expresses local experiences and histories through photographs and semi-fictional anecdotes of local inhabitants.

Holes cut into fences become scissors against strict property lines. Dirt footpaths over green lawns are red pens correcting the illogic of sidewalk plans. Scorched earth behind towers are inkblots on the pristine imagery of suburban parks, whose vision remains trapped on paper.

Between the tension of utopia and life, between plan and reality, tower neighbourhoods and suburbs have become symbolic of urban lifelessness and neglect, of failure and the inhospitable. The photographs and accompanying anecdotes composing "After Utopia" confront the tension that exists in our discourse on suburban spaces and the transformation and growth of Toronto.

The narratives presented in "After Utopia" explore the ways in which we turn public spaces - despite their flaws - into personal, storied encounters; and suggests how the recognition of these stories are integral to our understanding of place.

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Sat Sep 10 - Sat Oct 8
2-3 p.m.

Teen Gaming Afternoon

09-10 and 10-08 only. Kids 8-11 are invited to test their video gaming skills on... more»

Teen Gaming Afternoon

cal  Sat Sep 10 - Sat Oct 8
2-3 p.m.

Brookbanks Library, 210 Brookbanks Dr .

09-10 and 10-08 only.

Kids 8-11 are invited to test their video gaming skills on the XBOX Kinect and challenge their friends!

Free event.

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Sat Sep 10 - Sun Oct 2
6-9pm (Opening Reception)

ARTIFACTS: Akin X Project Gallery Group Show Opening Reception

Opening Reception: Sat Sept 10, 6-9pm Exhibition Dates: Sept 10 - Oct 2, 2016... more»

ARTIFACTS: Akin X Project Gallery Group Show Opening Reception

cal  Sat Sep 10 - Sun Oct 2
6-9pm (Opening Reception)

Project Gallery Studios - 184 Munro St - Back Entrance

Opening Reception: Sat Sept 10, 6-9pm

Exhibition Dates: Sept 10 - Oct 2, 2016

Group show featuring work of Akin Collective members:

Ghazaleh Avarzamani

Atanas Bozdarov

Jen Collins

Chris Harms

Rebecca Houston

Laura Kay Feeling

Nicole Krstin

Adria Mirabelli

Curated and presented by Project, at Project Gallery Studios

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Wed Sep 28 - Fri Sep 30
10am - 9pm

FORMS Festival Summit

FORMS Summit invites creative thinkers and community leaders from Toronto and abroad... more»

FORMS Festival Summit

cal  Wed Sep 28 - Fri Sep 30
10am - 9pm

Rally (12 Ossington Ave.)

FORMS Summit invites creative thinkers and community leaders from Toronto and abroad in fields spanning architecture, urban design, technology and digital media arts to discuss their experience working beyond traditional boundaries to explore new ideas and solve complex issues.  With a focus on design, civic participation and policy, FORMS Summit, welcomes conversations around accessibility to space and displacement, the impact of convergence on the future of work and creativity, the shifting role of public art and public space as well as an introduction to human experience design and biomimicry. Aiming to unpack a common language around sustainable thinking and practice, the summit explores what this all means in an urban context and why we need more of it.

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Thu Sep 29 - Sat Oct 1
8 p.m.

Stage Centre Productions Presents Entertaining Angels

North American premiere of a comedy originally presented at England´s Chichester... more»

Stage Centre Productions Presents Entertaining Angels

cal  Thu Sep 29 - Sat Oct 1
8 p.m.

Fairview Library Theatre

North American premiere of a comedy originally presented at England´s Chichester Festival Theatre in 2006.

"A very English comedy with some real emotion... Adultery, divorce and deception interestingly handled all, are just some of the problems that write Richard Everett beds down among well-received jokes... This is a sure-fire hit..." says the London Evening Standard.

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Thu Sep 29
7-9pm

Stories of Ours - storytelling that challenges dominant narratives

Join us for an evening of true, personal stories told by people of different ages,... more»

Stories of Ours - storytelling that challenges dominant narratives

cal  Thu Sep 29
7-9pm

585 Dundas St. East - 3rd floor

Join us for an evening of true, personal stories told by people of different ages, backgrounds and identities.

See here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1065702403484318/

Stories of Ours is a project that aims to deepen community, invite solidarity and challenge dominant narratives through intentional acts of storytelling.

Stories of Ours aims to go beyond cross-cultural dialogue and create a place were we can lean into, support, and grow a culture of pluralism and solidarity. We create bridges between humans through the power of story to start bring challenging conversations to the fore and tackle the systems of oppression that inform our daily lived lives.

How? By complicating the narrative with different voices as much as we can. :-)

DOORS @ 7pm, SHOW @ 7:30pm

LINEUP announced on Facebook page.

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This is a free/by donation community event taking place on the 3rd floor of the Daniels Spectrum building in Regent Park where the Centre for Social Innovation has a home. Everyone is welcome. You can get here on the College or Dundas Streetcars - just get off at Sackville - or the 65 Parliament bus - just walk a bit east from Dundas.

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Thu Sep 29
4:30PM to 7:30PM

Community Health Week Celebration

Neighbourhood Tour / Open House of South Riverdale Community Health Centre (SRCHC)... more»

Community Health Week Celebration

cal  Thu Sep 29
4:30PM to 7:30PM

955 Queen Street East

Neighbourhood Tour / Open House of South Riverdale Community Health Centre (SRCHC)

• Learn about FREE programs and services

• Give us your feedback and suggestions

• Learn about the neighbourhood and meet new people

• FREE refreshments will be served on our newly renovated rooftop garden following each tour

• Children’s activities and fun for the whole family

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Thu Sep 29
6-9pm

Grassroots Governance: Building A Structure That Fits - Workshop

Workshop A – “Grassroots Governance: Building a Structure that Fits"... more»

Grassroots Governance: Building A Structure That Fits - Workshop

cal  Thu Sep 29
6-9pm

Volunteer Toronto - 344 Bloor St W Suite 404 - boardroom

Workshop A – “Grassroots Governance: Building a Structure that Fits"

Description:

This workshop covers the basics of developing an organizational identity and building legitimacy for grassroots groups. Includes:

· The fundamentals of writing mission and vision statements

· Options for governance structure

· Strategic planning 101

· Developing policies & procedures

· Information on incorporation, registering as a charity, and trusteeships

Perfect For: Brand new grassroots groups; groups who are in the process of reviewing and revising their current organizational structure; people who have an idea and are looking for inspiration and practical advice on starting a volunteer-run group

Experience Level: Beginner

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Fri Sep 30
September, date and time TBD

Arts Live at Lee Lifeson

A series of community engaged programs that celebrate the inaugural season of Lee... more»

Arts Live at Lee Lifeson

cal  Fri Sep 30
September, date and time TBD

Lee Lifeson Park

A series of community engaged programs that celebrate the inaugural season of Lee Lifeson Art Park. Youth develop their performance skills to create a large-scale, family friendly, community arts piece that combines visual arts, craft-making, performance and storytelling. The mixed media installation is inspired by the park and incorporates themes related to environmental awareness, sustainability and community.

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Fri Sep 30 - Sun Oct 2

Culture Days

Each year more than 150 free activities take place across Toronto during Culture... more»

Culture Days

cal  Fri Sep 30 - Sun Oct 2

North York

Each year more than 150 free activities take place across Toronto during Culture Days. North York comes alive with visual art, theatre, music and more.

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Fri Sep 30 - Fri Oct 28
4-5 p.m.

Teen Maker Event

September 30th and October 28th only. Free and fun maker session. Projects... more»

Teen Maker Event

cal  Fri Sep 30 - Fri Oct 28
4-5 p.m.

Brookbanks Library, 210 Brookbanks Dr .

September 30th and October 28th only.

Free and fun maker session. Projects include creating a nature frame or beading. All supplies are provided. Drop-in, no registration required.

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October

Sat Oct 1
Time TBA

The Rustic Mosaic Project - Mural Unveiling and Community Celebration

UrbanArts is providing training in photography, and image creation and manipulation... more»

The Rustic Mosaic Project - Mural Unveiling and Community Celebration

cal  Sat Oct 1
Time TBA

Falstaff Community Centre

UrbanArts is providing training in photography, and image creation and manipulation using Adobe Creative Suite products, for 30 youth ages 14-29 from the area. A select group will receive additional training in the installation of 3M vinyl. Work will be exhibited at three gallery shows. The project culminates with a mural unveiling and community celebration taking place as part of Culture Days.

For more information, call 416-241-5124 or reference the Rustic Mosaic.

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Sat Oct 1
3 - 5 p.m.

Dallington Pollinators´ Harvest Festival

Join this annual event to celebrate the gardening year end and volunteer spirit in... more»

Dallington Pollinators´ Harvest Festival

cal  Sat Oct 1
3 - 5 p.m.

Dallington Pollinators Community Garden, Sheppard Ave. and Shaughnessy Blvd.

Join this annual event to celebrate the gardening year end and volunteer spirit in the community.

Free.

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Sat Oct 1
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

CITIZEN FORESTER PROGRAM LAUNCH

Registration required on Eventbrite https://citizenforesterlaunch.eventbrite.com... more»

CITIZEN FORESTER PROGRAM LAUNCH

cal  Sat Oct 1
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Earth Sciences Centre, University of Toronto, 5 Bancroft Avenue

Registration required on Eventbrite https://citizenforesterlaunch.eventbrite.com

The Citizen Forester Program empowers individuals with the knowledge on how to care for and protect our mature trees, grow new native trees from locally sourced seeds and to lead tree planting and care activities within the community. This is a great opportunity to support our environment, promote urban greening, improve community health, and enhance the quality of life in the City of Toronto and across the Province of Ontario.

Join our Team at the University of Toronto on October 1, 2016 for our Program Launch.

The morning will start in Room ES4001, Earth Sciences Centre, 5 Bancroft Avenue, University of Toronto with professor Sandy Smith talking about Forest Health and the challenges our urban forest encounters with the emerald ash borer, Asian longhorned beetle, beech bark disease, and climate change.

Then we will continue with Wayne Smith in a hands on workshop Growing Trees from Seed. When Wayne is not busy with WayDa Gro, he is also an instructor at Fleming College. By the end of workshop you will have planted a locally sourced seed that you will be able to take home and watch grow into a seedling. From there there will be an opportunity to grow the seedling into a tree and after 5 years it can be planted back in the community.

Before we start the afternoon in field sessions we will be take a 30 minute break.

The afternoon will start on the grounds of U of T campus. Lead by professor Danijela Puric-Mladenovic, Neighbourwoods was designed to have people take a good look at their trees. Back in the 1990´s the program was developed by Danijela and her colleague Dr. Andy Kenney. The program enlists volunteers to measure and classify all the trees in their community and the develop a strategy for caring for, and eventually, replacing them. At the end you will never look at trees the same way again and develop an appreciation for the work trees do.

We will continue our tour on the U of T campus to Philosopher´s Walk. As far back as the 1870s, Taddle Creek ravine, the meandering green space now known as Philosopher’s Walk, has been a popular spot for students and professors to stroll and contemplate. Richard Eaton of Cohen & Master, will lead us on the walk and talk about Soil & Plant Health.

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Sun Oct 2
2 p.m.

Stage Centre Productions Presents Entertaining Angels

North American premiere of a comedy originally presented at England´s Chichester... more»

Stage Centre Productions Presents Entertaining Angels

cal  Sun Oct 2
2 p.m.

Fairview Library Theatre

North American premiere of a comedy originally presented at England´s Chichester Festival Theatre in 2006.

"A very English comedy with some real emotion... Adultery, divorce and deception interestingly handled all, are just some of the problems that write Richard Everett beds down among well-received jokes... This is a sure-fire hit..." says the London Evening Standard.

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Sun Oct 2
19:00 - 21:00

Pipelines and Indigenous Climate Activism

Part of the Toronto Climate Film Festival. Pipelines, Power and Democracy - Director... more»

Pipelines and Indigenous Climate Activism

cal  Sun Oct 2
19:00 - 21:00

Friends House, 60 Lowther Avenue, Toronto

Part of the Toronto Climate Film Festival. Pipelines, Power and Democracy - Director Olivier Asselin documents the growth of an anti-pipeline movement in Quebec that has reawakened a sense of collective purpose and solidarity to incite change. Speaker: Myeengun Henry, Chippewas of the Thames First Nation.

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Wed Oct 5 - Fri Oct 7
8 p.m.

Stage Centre Productions Presents Entertaining Angels

North American premiere of a comedy originally presented at England´s Chichester... more»

Stage Centre Productions Presents Entertaining Angels

cal  Wed Oct 5 - Fri Oct 7
8 p.m.

Fairview Library Theatre

North American premiere of a comedy originally presented at England´s Chichester Festival Theatre in 2006.

"A very English comedy with some real emotion... Adultery, divorce and deception interestingly handled all, are just some of the problems that write Richard Everett beds down among well-received jokes... This is a sure-fire hit..." says the London Evening Standard.

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Thu Oct 6
6:30 P.M - 9:30 P.M

Youth Arts Pitch Contest

An annual event with the goal of supporting young artists and entrepreneurs.... more»

Youth Arts Pitch Contest

cal  Thu Oct 6
6:30 P.M - 9:30 P.M

Toronto Centre for the Arts, Lower Gallery Space

An annual event with the goal of supporting young artists and entrepreneurs. Participants from across the city apply for a chance to pitch their idea live in front of an audience and panel of judges made up of esteemed members of Toronto’s arts community. This event provides training towards putting together a successful pitch and offers young artists access to hard-to-find financial resources for unique elements of their work.

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Fri Oct 7 - Sat Oct 22
Evening Shows 8:00 pm Sunday Matinees 2:00 pm

Barefoot in the Park by Neil Simon - Scarborough Players Production

You’ve heard the phrase, “opposites attract.” Does it follow that opposites... more»

Barefoot in the Park by Neil Simon - Scarborough Players Production

cal  Fri Oct 7 - Sat Oct 22
Evening Shows 8:00 pm Sunday Matinees 2:00 pm

Scarborough Village Theatre

You’ve heard the phrase, “opposites attract.” Does it follow that opposites make the best married couples? Lucky for us they make the best comedies! Barefoot in the Park, Neil Simon’s longest-running Broadway hit comedy, was also made into a successful film starring Jane Fonda and Robert Redford.

After a glorious 6-day Honeymoon at the Plaza, carefree Corie and conservative Paul, rent a wee apartment in New York, and soon discover that they couldn’t be more opposite. Complicating matters is Corie’s desire to liven up her widowed mother’s social life with the eccentric neighbour upstairs. Can their new marriage survive? You’ll have to see the play to find out!

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Sat Oct 8
2 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Stage Centre Productions Presents Entertaining Angels

North American premiere of a comedy originally presented at England´s Chichester... more»

Stage Centre Productions Presents Entertaining Angels

cal  Sat Oct 8
2 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Fairview Library Theatre

North American premiere of a comedy originally presented at England´s Chichester Festival Theatre in 2006.

"A very English comedy with some real emotion... Adultery, divorce and deception interestingly handled all, are just some of the problems that write Richard Everett beds down among well-received jokes... This is a sure-fire hit..." says the London Evening Standard.

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Thu Oct 13 - Sun Oct 16
Varied - see program

Resetting the Table - Food Secure Canada´s 9th Assembly

Resetting the Table, Food Secure Canada’s 9th Assembly promises to be our most... more»

Resetting the Table - Food Secure Canada´s 9th Assembly

cal  Thu Oct 13 - Sun Oct 16
Varied - see program

Toronto

Resetting the Table, Food Secure Canada’s 9th Assembly promises to be our most exciting, diverse and largest yet, nested in a city where the food movement thrives in every neighbourhood. Whether you are a chef, a farmer, a student, a community health organizer, a policy maker, an activist or a business person, Resetting the Table will have a place for you.

We all have something to bring to the table. That’s why we’re inviting you to join us in creating the best food Assembly yet seen in Canada.

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Thu Oct 13 - Thu Nov 3

Artwalk

Explore Yonge Lawrence Village during our 11th annual ARTWALK and discover what the... more»

Artwalk

cal  Thu Oct 13 - Thu Nov 3

Yonge Lawrence Village, Yonge St. between Lawrence Ave. and Yonge Blvd.

Explore Yonge Lawrence Village during our 11th annual ARTWALK and discover what the neighbourhood has to offer as it showcases spectacular pieces from our finest local artists. ARTWALK brings original works of art to the store windows and interiors of over 50 of our local merchants.

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Fri Oct 21
8 - 10 p.m.

Romantic Russians - Sinfonia Toronto Concert

Sinfonia Toronto presents Romantic Russians, the opening concert of its Masterpiece... more»

Romantic Russians - Sinfonia Toronto Concert

cal  Fri Oct 21
8 - 10 p.m.

Toronto Centre for the Arts

Sinfonia Toronto presents Romantic Russians, the opening concert of its Masterpiece Series. Conducted by Nurhan Arman, this concert features pianist Sheng Cai, playing Tchaikovasky´s Serenade and the ultimate romantic piano concerto, Rachmaninov´s Piano Concerto No. 2.

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Fri Oct 21 - Sun Oct 23

Gift the Code

Gift The Code is a hackathon aims to help 6 Toronto charities expand their technical... more»

Gift the Code

cal  Fri Oct 21 - Sun Oct 23

BrainStation Toronto: 460 King St W, Toronto, ON

Gift The Code is a hackathon aims to help 6 Toronto charities expand their technical ability to better fulfill their mandates. Oct 21-23 at BrainStation.

The participating charities are Holland Bloorview, PFlag Toronto, Second Harvest, Prosper Canada, Women´s Habitat and Blake Boultbee.

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Wed Oct 26 - Thu Oct 27
9am

Canadian Race Relations Foundation: Inclusive Canada Conference

The Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) is thrilled to be hosting its 2016... more»

Canadian Race Relations Foundation: Inclusive Canada Conference

cal  Wed Oct 26 - Thu Oct 27
9am

Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre - 6 Garamond Court

The Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) is thrilled to be hosting its 2016 National Conference, Inclusive Canada, on October 26th and 27th in Toronto.  

Our distinguished lineup of speakers includes:

• Chief Phil Fontaine, former Grand Chief, Assembly of First Nations

• Irwin Cotler, P.C., O.C., former Minister of Justice

 

• Marie-Claude Landry, Chief Commissioner of the Canadian Human Rights Commission

• Zarqa Nawaz, author and creator of Little Mosque on the Prairie

• Chief Dr. Robert Joseph, Reconciliation Canada

We hope that you can join us to discuss the way forward.

 

We are also excited to announce that thanks to a generous donation, the CRRF is able to offer tickets to groups and community organizations working on the issues of racism, diversity and inclusion, and multiculturalism in Canada.

If you or your organization would like to learn more about how to purchase a subsidized ticket, please write us at events@crrf-fcrr.ca. Act now - we have limited tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Sat Oct 29
Noon and 2:30 p.m.

Harvest Tea

Come to Gibson House Museum to relax and enjoy a Victorian-inspired harvest tea.... more»

Harvest Tea

cal  Sat Oct 29
Noon and 2:30 p.m.

Gibson House Museum

Come to Gibson House Museum to relax and enjoy a Victorian-inspired harvest tea. Enjoy finger sandwiches and sweets in the historic 1850s farmhouse in the company of costumed interpreters. Guests may tour the museum and apple orchard at their leisure.

Not recommended for children under 6 years of age.

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November

Tue Nov 1
6 - 7:30 p.m.

Dallington Pollinators 5th Annual Pumpkin Walk

Bring your carved pumpkins to the garden or drop them off by 3 p.m. Pumpkin art will... more»

Dallington Pollinators 5th Annual Pumpkin Walk

cal  Tue Nov 1
6 - 7:30 p.m.

Dallington Pollinators Community Garden, Sheppard Ave. and Shaughnessy Blvd.

Bring your carved pumpkins to the garden or drop them off by 3 p.m. Pumpkin art will be displayed in the garden with an Arts in the Park event for all community members.

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Tue Nov 1
6pm to 8pm

Pumkin Parade

Join us at Centennial Park on November 1st from 6-8 pm for a family friendly evening... more»

Pumkin Parade

cal  Tue Nov 1
6pm to 8pm

Conservatory area, Centennial Park, 256 Centennial Park Rd, Etobicoke, ON M9C 5N3

Join us at Centennial Park on November 1st from 6-8 pm for a family friendly evening - the Pumpkin Parade! Give your Pumpkin a second chance to shine and come view the neighbourhood Jack-O-Lanterns on display. All are invited to bring their Halloween pumpkin to the event or drop it off between 5-6 on event day.

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Mon Nov 14
6.30 pm - 8.30 pm - ON LINE REGISTRATION REQUIRED

A Good City? Toronto Tensions: Exploring the Legacy of Jane Jacobs

INNIS COLLEGE & THE URBAN STUDIES PROGRAM INVITE YOU TO A PANEL DISCUSSION, in... more»

A Good City? Toronto Tensions: Exploring the Legacy of Jane Jacobs

cal  Mon Nov 14
6.30 pm - 8.30 pm - ON LINE REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Innis College, Town Hall

INNIS COLLEGE & THE URBAN STUDIES PROGRAM INVITE YOU TO A PANEL DISCUSSION,

in partnership with the Dept. of Geography & Planning, the Martin Prosperity Institute, and

the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design.

A Good City? Toronto Tensions: Exploring the Legacy of Jane Jacobs

Panelists include Erica Allen Kim (Daniels Faculty), Paul Hess (FAS), Richard Florida (Rotman), Patricia O’Campo (Dalla Lana), and Michael Piper (Daniels Faculty).

Shauna Brail (Urban Studies Program) will be moderating.

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