The road becomes the stage for the masqueraders and steelpan performers. It truly is something you can’t miss. Toronto Caribbean Carnival's Grande Parade continues to attract local, regional, national, and international attention by visitors and media as it is the highlight of the three-week Festival. This event continues to draw millions from all over the world to see the live performing street art year after year and on live streaming.
FOR PRESS FREEDOM DAY, MAY THE 4TH, 2018 Toronto City Hall.
Please be informed that as the 3rd of May has been declared as the PRESS FREEDOM DAY by the United Nations. The National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada, in collaboration with our sister organization the National NewsMedia Council, organize a special tribute and a salutation to this day. To this extend we are organizing a special event to celebrate the day at the Rotunda of Toronto City Hall, on Friday May the 4th, from 6 to 10:30.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Toronto Remembers Rwanda: 24th Commemoration of the Genocide against
Tutsi in Rwanda
TORONTO (April 7th 2017) – The Rwandan Community Abroad - Toronto
To mark the Commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi in
Rwanda, an official ceremony will be held at Toronto city hall where
the members of the Rwandan community in Toronto, along with friends
of Rwanda will gather in solidarity at a flag rising event to
remember the victims the tragedy .
Minutes of the Monthly Meeting held on January 09, 2017, at the Council Chambers City Hall.
Thomas S. Saras
P R E S S R E L E A S E
TO ALL THE MEMBERS OF THE NEPMCC