Arts & Culture Events

Tiny Bill Cody: Guitar, Voice

Add a little culture to your life each Friday at noon.

Toronto International Festival of Authors

The American scientist and writer discusses the ways humans shape one another.

Toronto International Festival of Authors

A lawyer and journalist tackle the concept of identity in their respective novels.

Toronto International Festival of Authors

A conversation about his latest book, The School of Life: An Emotional Education.

Toronto International Festival of Authors

An artist and a writer discuss Haiti.

Toronto International Festival of Authors

A uniquely Canadian perspective on Black racism and institutional oppression.

Cable 14 Presents

Exercises, games and segments to help invigorate the mind and body on Cable 14.

Toronto International Festival of Authors

An exploration of the importance of the picture book in developing a child's awareness of the world and their place within it.
Connect with fellow stitchers online as you work on your current cross stitch project or start a new one.

My Love, Don't Cross That River (2013) (Subtitles)

It's like a book club for films. Watch the film in advance on Kanopy, then join the discussion.
Play guitar and share songs virtually each week.

Stories by Local Scribes

Watch videos of local authors read a short sample of their work.

Toronto International Festival of Authors

A discussion about how non-fiction writing for children can bridge the gap between the hard facts and developing understanding and empathy.

Sweetgrass Sweet Tea with Lavender and Orange

Learn about Indigenous foods made simple.

Toronto International Festival of Authors

A parent's guide to helping children and teens through mental health challenges.

Toronto International Festival of Authors

The award-winning Nishnaabeg storyteller and writer explores decolonization and degentrification.
Join Janet Rogers and John Isaiah Edward Hill for a vibrant evening of poetry.

Toronto International Festival of Authors

Harlan Coben discusses his latest book, The Boy From the Woods.

Elise Arsenault: Guitar, Voice

Add a little culture to your life each Friday at noon.

Toronto International Festival of Authors

the Indigenous authors reflect on family, identity and future from David A. Robertson and Jesse Thistle.