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Today in Toronto we have many reasons to rally together. There's a huge vigil planned at Nathan Phillips Square to pay tribute to the victims of the Quebec City mosque shootings, while Black Lives Matter kicks off Black History month with a panel discussion. On the lighter side, Baby G's launches live punk karaoke.
This is an interactive night of storytelling where four teams of emerging writers from Ontario's top writing programs compete by improvising stories on stage. It's a night of spinning yarns like you've never seen before.
They've just released their 10h album, AFI (The Blood Album), and have Souvenirs and Nothing and Chain Gang of 1974 opening for them at every show, so catch the California rockers on this short North American tour while you can.
Here we have an evening of all-true storytelling on the first day of the shortest month with a theme that seems only fitting: the Shortest Story. 25 storytellers share their personal accounts, in two minutes or less.
Queen West's Gallery 1313 is celebrating 20 years of art shows with works by their newly formed collective. Check out mixed media, ceramics, glass, watercolour, oil and acrylics by 20 artists from 1-6 p.m.