Toronto Reference Library
20-22:ALPHA is a nonverbal documentary film produced and directed by local artist Thierry Loa. In his words, 20-22 is "a cinematic symphony of spectacular moving images and evocative music, describing the futuristic world of ...
Set in 1970s London, The Clothes on Their Backs by Orange Prize winner and Man Booker Prize short listed author, Linda Grant, creates an appealing portrait of Vivien Kovacs, isolated from regular society by her timid Hungari...
Our homes are where we should feel the safest, but in Ontario, adults 65 years and older are at higher risk of dying by fire than any other age group. Join us for a talk by a Toronto Fire Services representative to learn the ...
Join us on Monday evenings. Meet people from the community and share your thoughts and experiences. Get support and information from the Library Settlement Partnerships worker, Dilani Kronemberg. To...
Mon Dec 22
Mon Dec 29
Maria A. Shchuka
?Island In The Sun: Barbados in Song? is a concert of Barbadian folk songs and calypsos from 1800 to present. Their stories paint a portrait the island?s history ? beliefs, superstitions, hopes and aspirations, tales of joy a...
Author Lee Maracle (U of T First Nations House) talks about the continuing violence against indigenous women--its origins and history in Canada's settlement--hitting on the apathy of the forces of justice and the resistance o...