The Harbourfront Centre is hosting Kuumba, a month-long celebration of Black History Month.
The Veg Food Fest is the largest vegetarian festival in North America. It took place at the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto from September 8 to 10, 2017.
Bookworms and literature-lovers gathered for Toronto’s annual book and magazine festival, The Word on the Street, recently and enjoyed a fresh space by the water in the city’s picturesque Harbourfront area.
The time for bookworms to crawl out of their literary nests is finally here. On Sept. 27 Toronto will host Word On The Street, the city’s annual book and magazine festival that will run from…
The Power Plant started its newest exhibition over the weekend at Harbourfront. It’s called “The Unfinished Conversation: Encoding and Decoding”. It’s in memory of Stuart Hall, who was known as the godfather of multiculturalism.
Alena Graedon (The Word Exchange), Harry Karlinsky (The Stonehenge Letters) and Peter Norman (Emberton) came to Toronto to participate in reading and discussion about their latest novels, Observer TV Maria Shipulina reports.
It may be time to update the focus of Black History Month, says Kyla Williams. Black History Month, celebrated each February, has traditionally had a strong emphasis on remembering and honouring the stories and people who struggled through slavery, segregation and the fight for civil rights.
The question of the Toronto’s island airport expansion proved to be a divisive issue in an otherwise amicable Trinity-Spadina all-candidates debate held at the Harbourfront Centre Tuesday night.
Mayoral candidate Rob Ford says the biggest challenge regarding Toronto’s waterfront revitalization will be meeting the deadline for the 2015 Pan Am Games.
Toronto has a plethora of events and festivals taking place this summer. Here are a few of the main events taking place in the city throughout the last month of the summer.