Neighbourhood Events Mar 22, 2017 Events
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Times : 8:00pm
Join us for the next Constellation: A Classic Harold Night!
Times : 6.00 - 8.30pm
150 Years of Loss. For over a century, beginning in the mid-1800s and continuing into the mid-1990s, Aboriginal children in Canada were taken from their homes and communities and placed in institutions called residential schools. These schools were run by religious orders in collaboration with the federal government and were attended by children as young as four or five years of age. Separated from their families and prohibited from speaking their native languages and practicing their culture, the vast majority of the over 150,000 children that attended these schools experienced neglect and suffering. The impacts of sexual, mental, and physical abuse, shame, and deprivation endured at Indian Residential Schools (IRS) continue to affect generations of Survivors, their families, and communities today. Remarkably, in the face of this tremendous adversity, many Survivors and their descendants have retained their language and their culture and continue to work toward healing and reconciliation. Join us for an emotionally powerful evening with two Residential School Survivors for a Question & Answer Period.
Times : Range
The Canadian Film Fest is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to supporting Canadian independent films and cultivating emerging and established filmmaking talent.
Times : 9 am - 5 Pm
Times : 7-8 pm
Guided Meditation and teaching on cultivating inner peace
Times : 6:45PM - 8PM
Want to learn a fun, uniquely Canadian choreography? Here’s your chance. Ahead of Sharing Dance Day (on June 2 @ Yonge-Dundas Square), Canada’s National Ballet School is offering FREE dance classes three days a week.