Behind the scenes of Caribana

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Toronto will be hosting its annually largest outdoor festival in North America this weekend known as The Toronto Caribbean Carnival. More commonly known as Caribana, the festival is a celebration of the Caribbean islands coming together and rejoicing in all of its culture. With the combination of tourist and Torontonians, […]

From official emojis to popular food joints, here’s what to expect for Coachella 2018

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Since last year’s Coachella attracted around 750,000 attendees for both weekends, it’s no surprise that this year will receive another record high. Given the amazing lineup of artists to perform-Beyoncé, Eminem, and the Weeknd, just to name a few, there’s no question that Coachella 2018’s gonna be lit!! (as the […]

London’s Modest Fashion Festival Celebrates Women’s Rights

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This weekend London, England hosted its first ever Modest Fashion Festival! The festival was created by two Muslim women in order to break down labels concerning women who decide to dress modestly around the world. Doctor Fahreen Mir and human rights advocate Sultana Tafadar arranged for the couture fashion runway […]

Happy Diwali: A Celebration of Light Conquering Darkness

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Today marks the start of Diwali or Deepavali, which is known as the ancient Hindu”festival of lights.” This five day festival is one of the most important celebrations in Indian culture! It is celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and other groups around the world. The festival is filled with fireworks, […]

Let’s Pledge for Pollution-free Diwali

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That time of the year has arrived. The time for dazzling lights, sweets, celebrations and much more. Yes, we are talking about Diwali which not only marks the victory of good over evil but also marks the time to meet with family and friends to celebrate the festival of lights […]

SHE went: Toronto Ukrainian Festival

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This weekend marked Toronto’s 22nd annual Ukrainian Festival in the Bloor West Village, a festival with the goal to expose Ukrainian culture to audiences to add to the multicultural fabric of Canada. There were several vendors at the festival that explained the history of Ukraine’s difficult path in gaining independence […]

Toronto Lights up the Night with its First Light Festival

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With this year’s winter projected to be one of the worst in recent memory, Torontonians will need something spectacular to lift us out of the seasonal doldrums. Luckily, the people behind the wildly successful Toronto Christmas Market have come up with an event that is sure to accomplish just that. SHE […]