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Toronto Celebrates Trinidad And Tobago With A Weekend-Long Festival
If you’re in The 6 this weekend, prepare your tastebuds and appetite for the Trinbago Toronto Festival. Toronto is a culinary melting pot and Trinidadian food has been a favorite among locals.
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Toronto's celebration of Trinidad and Tobago
Head to Yonge & Dundas Square to honor Trinidad and Tobago’s culture, history, and impact in Canada. This event will culminate in the celebrations of Trinidad and Tobago’s 60th Anniversary of Independence, which started on August 1st.
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Come to party, eat and celebrate
The event will be filled with DJs, Carnival mas band pop-ups, giveaways, prizes, and of course, food. Enjoy incredible Trinidadian cuisine like roti and doubles. There will also be food demonstrations where you can learn how to make national Trinidadian dishes.
This weekend-long event is completely free and perfect for the entire family.
On August 27th, the CN Tower and 3D Toronto sign at Nathan Phillips Square will be lit up in Trinidad and Tobago’s national colors — red, white, and black.