Arts

The Honest Shop relies on a system of trust and generosity, where customers record their purchases and leave cash in the ‘honesty box’ for collection without salesclerks or receipts given....

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The King of Pop passed away 10 years ago today in his California home after being administered prescription drugs from his doctor....

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Started in 1995, NXNE has always been a festival that highlights independent artists but has since expanded to include comedy, a film festival, and now eSports....

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Indigenous youths in the Northwest regions of Ontario are using dance as a medium to express themselves and develop self confidence....

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Reelworld Film Festival and BIPOC Film and TV co-presented Asian Heritage Month to acknowledge the importance of inclusivity of people of colour in the film and television industry....

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Most film festivals in Toronto are not accessible for people with disabilities and their ability to attend screenings is restricted....

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Anime North is fan heaven

May 28, 2019 | 0 Comments

Anime North, the biggest fan-run anime convention in Canada took place last weekend in Toronto....

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Culture on a budget for Ontario youth

May 21, 2019 | 0 Comments

The AGO joins many other cultural hubs in Ontario in providing easier access to art for youth. ...

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Harbourfront Centre hosted the international children’s festival, bringing leading contemporary artists together to animate young minds this week....

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Humber Film and Television Production’s second year students screened their short dramatic films at the historic Royal Cinema on College Street in Toronto on April 24....

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