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  • Author:
    Tony Ruprecht
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    0921396201
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    978-0921396208
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    Whitecap Books Ltd (May 1, 1990)
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    382 pages
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    Canada
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Toronto is truly a city of communities. Designed for tourists and for residents, Toronto's Many Faces is the one and only guide to the multicultural character of the city, featuring profiles of more than 60 ethnic communities, including local histories, festivals, food, and art. The book identifies each community – where its people come from, why, when, and where they settled in Toronto. The contribution of each community is also traced, with biographical notes on prominent people whose achievements have been extraordinary.

Toronto’s Many Faces is a guide for tourists, a sourcebook . Toronto's Many Faces - Tony Ruprecht. The Ojibwa and members of the Iroquois Six Nations Confederacy make up the largest group in the community.

Toronto's Many Faces - Tony Ruprecht. The (Native) Aboriginal Community. One-third of the province’s Native reserves are located within 200 miles of Toronto, and the city’s Native community has grown significantly in the last three decades, as people leave the reserves for job opportunities in the city.

More by Tony Ruprecht. Radiant Health: Workbook. Toronto's Many Faces: A Guide to the Media, Museums, Restaurants, Festivals, Monuments, Prominent Citizens & Shops of More Than 60 Cultural Communities in the City.

Toronto's many faces : a guide to the restaurants, shops, festivals, museums and monuments of more than 60 cultural communities in the city. Tony Ruprecht, Gail Hanney, Vida Radovanovic. 1. The Allen Institute for Artificial IntelligenceProudly built by AI2 with the help of our. Designed for tourists and for residents, Toronto’s Many Faces is the one and only guide to the multicultural character of the city, featuring profiles of more than 60 ethnic communities, including local histories, festivals, food, and art. The book identifies each community - where its people come from, why, when, and where they settled in Toronto.

This is the only guide to Toronto's multicultural character, featuring .

This is the only guide to Toronto's multicultural character, featuring profiles of more than sixty ethnic communities, including local histories, food, and art. Monuments, museums, and restaurants are identified, while maps and photographs of festival events help bring the city's varied communities to life.

Tony Ruprecht served the people of Toronto for more than 30 years as a member of Parliament. First as a Minister of the Crown for Citizenship - Multiculturalism and later as Minister with responsibility for the Department of Disabled Persons. He was a Member of the Cabinet Committee on Health and Education for eight years. Anti-Aging Emotions and 2. Radiant health and Longevity.

Ruprecht represented Toronto's Parkdale and then Davenport . Ruprecht was first elected to the Ontario legislature in the 1981 provincial election, representing the Parkdale constituency.

Ruprecht represented Toronto's Parkdale and then Davenport constituencies for the Liberal Party of Ontario for 30 years. Ruprecht made his foray into politics by seeking the Liberal Party of Canada's nomination in the federal Parkdale electoral district, for the October 16, 1978 by-election. He lost the nomination to future Toronto mayor, Art Eggleton. He began his political career at the municipal level, when alderman Tony O'Donohue decided to run for mayor in the 1978 Toronto.