TORONTO, June 9 2016 /CNW/ - DiversityFest 2016 enthralled the Greater Toronto Area with an array of outstanding multicultural performances on 5 June 2016 at Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto. This free public event featured the finest multicultural performing arts, music, and food.
DiversityFest was organized by Maple Diversity Foundation. "We are very proud of the fact that the people of the Greater Toronto Area came out in large numbers to celebrate the multicultural spirit of this great city," said Niraj Sinha, President of Maple Diversity Foundation. "DiversityFest has made a great start and will be even bigger in the coming years."
DiversityFest was presented by Getting You Started™ gift boxes, available at various settlement agencies and community centres across the GTA, for the new immigrants in Canada. Other main sponsors included Aveeno (Johnson and Johnson), Royale Tiger Towel, Zabiha Halal (Maple Lodge Farms), Quality Street (Nestlé Canada), and Pillsbury (General Mills).
For more details, visit www.diversityfest.ca.
About Maple Diversity Foundation:
Maple Diversity Foundation, a not-for-profit organization, is committed to helping newcomers settle in their new adopted country and promoting cultural diversity in Canada.
SOURCE Maple Diversity Foundation
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For further information: Media Contact: Shipra Mathur, Festival Director, [email protected], Phone: 416-628-3185