Niagara Grape and Wine Festival, 2018

Niagara Grape and Wine is Canada’s largest wine festival, which holds every September across the entire Niagara region.

It celebrates the harvest with over 30 wineries, live music and more than 100 types of wine.

Let´s continue keeping at home so that this amazing wine festival can be held by September and support the Niagara community.

There is No a Real Latino Community in Canada

As a group, ironically, the Latino community has always demonstrated a strongly divided nature. When we suffer from external attacks and discrimination, particularly when this comes from the U.S.A., we tend to be very good at organizing demonstrations to speak up about our rights. But when this situation happens among ourselves – when we start to make distinctions between different groups within the Latino community – the result is often the opposite. I myself have suffered from bad treatment among Latino people from members of different nationalities, and even from some of my fellow Mexicans here in Canada.

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5 Mexican Associations in Canada

According to the 2016 Census, there are over 7,000 Mexicans living in the city of Toronto, and these figures have only increased in the years since then. Mainly and more recently, this has been due to the strict migration policies that the American president Donald Trump has established. But also it is because a large number of Mexicans are looking for a quality of life and job opportunities that unfortunately they haven’t been able to find in their home country.

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5 Amazing Events to Attend this March in Toronto

Spring is just around the corner, and the city of Toronto has a wide variety of entertainment activities and events to offer to all its visitors and inhabitants. EverythingisPRsonal brings you five amazing events that you shouldn’t miss out this March in this multicultural Canadian city.

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Afro-Caribbean Cultural Contributions and their Influence in Canada

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From literature to music, as well as other cultural expressions, African-Caribbean culture has actively participated in making Canada the nation that it is today. As a country with a wide array of cultural backgrounds readily on display – but also one possessed of a complex history based on slavery, colonization, cultural genocide, famine, and civil war – Canada’s Afro-Caribbean influences speak at the same time to the things that the country likes to celebrate and the things that it might like to forget. EverythingisPRsonal has all the details.

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The Real Threat to Canada’s Turtles


For more than 200 million years turtles have survived and thrived on Earth. Unfortunately, seven of the eight species of Ontario’s turtles are now listed as species at risk provincially, and all of them are listed as at risk federally. In my opinion, this situation is due to a combination of human-caused factors. One is the loss of their natural habitats, the other is ongoing road mortality.

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