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From the drama kids to the comic book readers, we’ve got you covered for a curated week off that your little ones will remember.
Uncover the lesser-known museums in Toronto for all your niche interests, from ceramics and textiles to shoes and even hockey this fall.
Head to the city’s museums and art galleries to discover, learn, and be entertained. Then, explore what’s beyond their walls.
With a focus on mirroring the city’s diversity, Just for Laughs Toronto’s festival producer, Oz Weaver, hopes the 10th anniversary of the event is also one of discovery — in more ways than one.
The city isn’t called one of the globe’s most diverse metropolitans for nothing. Here are three cultural districts that also house incredible arts and culture venues, event spaces, and events you gotta check out.
The city’s largest Black Futures Month festival marks its 28th year. From dance and music to films and literary reflections, join the celebrations with these upcoming events in Toronto.
While our downtown core is home to the Village — the hub of annual Pride activities — there are plenty of ways to enjoy 2SLGBTQI+ events and culture around the city all year.
On March 8, International Women’s Day recognizes achievements and advocates for gender equality. Here are four cultural associations in the city which do just that daily — plus women-focused Toronto museum exhibits, music festivals, and more.
As one of the best cities for live music, Toronto has a venue for every type of concert-goer, from intimate neighbourhood bars to gargantuan stadiums this fall.
Warmer weather turns parks, gardens, and the streets into opportunities for unique things to do in Toronto.