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Titre Mag is an Online Magazine which covers the latest developments in Canadian art such as visual art, theatre, music and cinema. Working coast to coast, with an eye on the growing international engagement of Canada’s art, the professional critics and journalists provide accessible and in-depth reportages for more than 500,000 Farsi speakers in Canada, alongside the community at large.

Titre Mag aims to celebrate and embrace human values and equality trough the medium of art, opens another visual communication window to , focuses on a dialogue of equals across the cultures, and continues the conversation currently engaged in the light of cultural diversity that makes up the Canadian demographic.

In clear, well-crafted language that is as comprehensible to the novice as it is to the expert, the magazine offers a lively, provocative, and visually stimulating package that informs as well as entertains with finest work as it is released, news as it breaks, timely features and sharp commentaries by leading professionals.

Top 10 Anticipated Films to see at EBIFF

Top 10 Anticipated Films to see at the 2015 Eastern Breeze International Film Festival Written by: Pooyan Tabatabaei Toronto 1. Love. Love. Love. (Sandhya Daisy Sundaram debuted at Sundance) Flipping the stereotypical characteristic of vanity in Russian women, Love. Love. Love. shows the multifaceted nature of womanhood in the tundra of Russia. Winning the Silver Hugo Award for Best Short ...

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BIG CITY MAYORS MEET WITH PREMIER

ONTARIO’S BIG CITY MAYORS MEET WITH PREMIER TO DISCUSS ISSUES FACING MAJORITY OF ONTARIANS  The Large Urban Mayors’ Caucus of Ontario (LUMCO) met with Premier Kathleen Wynne at Queen’s Park on Monday, April 20 to discuss key issues facing communities across the Province. 19 Mayors of Ontario’s largest cities attended the meeting to speak to the Premier about LUMCO’s 2015 ...

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Lives Under the Light

Interview with Venna Hem Written by Pooyan Tabatabaei Toronto Venna Hem is the director of Lives Under the Light. His film is a mid-length film from Cambodia that will be featured at this year’s festival. Venna Hem gave a short synopsis of the film and he said, “[Lives Under the Light is] a film documentary focuses on the lives of a ...

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My World Is Blue

Face to face with Masoud Soheili Pooyan Tabatabaei Canada Blue Eyed Boy directed by Masoud Soheili is one of the narrative films – from Iran –that will be featured at the Competition Section of 2015 Eastern Breeze International Film Festival. Soheili is an award-winning, independent filmmaker born in Mashhad, Iran, in 1988. Masoud also achieved a Bachelors of Arts degree ...

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A History of Iranian Cinema

An interview with Brad Deane, the Senior Manager, TIFF Cinematheque, regarding the “I for Iran Amir Ganjavie, Cultural Critics, Toronto- Canada First of all, I want to thank TIFF for organizing such a wonderful and timely program on Iranian cinema, which really demonstrates the festival’s openness to non-Canadian cultures. I’m curious to know why TIFF decided to organize a film series ...

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Endless Suffering

11 Jan 2015. Five years after the massive earth quake in Haiti, many people still live in tents and temporary shelters with no support or basic sanitation. Mozayik is one of these temporary camps with 126 registered residents, many women and children. The residents of Mozayik have been evacuated from their camps twice by the government and had to find ...

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I’m not afraid of death

Woody Allen Selected quotes 1. My one regret in life is that I am not someone else. 2. I’m not afraid of death; I just don’t want to be there when it happens. 3. I don’t know the question, but sex is definitely the answer. 4. To you, I’m an atheist. To God, I’m the loyal opposition. 5. I’d never ...

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City Hall Should Works Better For People

An exclusive conversation with the leading mayoral candidate John Tory. By Thomas S. Saras I would like to thank you for taking the time out of your very busy schedule for this interview. Mr. Tory what is your philosophy during this election, how exactly do you see City Hall in the future and what changes will you bring in the ...

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Notion of Responsibility

Mir Karimi’s Today and the Notion of Responsibility Gholamreza Esfehani Translated by Siavash Joushaghani   Mir Karimi, whose latest film Today is currently in theatres, first came to be known through his other works Under The Moonlight, So Close, So Far, As Simple As That, and A Cube of Sugar. In what follows, I will offer a critical analysis of ...

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Harm to Mount Dennis

York—Today, Olivia and Mount Dennis residents took a walking tour of the neighbourhood most threatened by John Tory’s make-it-up-as-he-goes transit scheme. There are many aspects of the scheme Mr. Tory can’t explain, because he has no technical or financial plan. One is the impact on Mount Dennis of the dramatic turn his heavy rail trains must take before heading 12 ...

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Canadian Multiculturalism
and its challenges

Canadian Multiculturalism and its challenges as how to reach out the Ethnic Markets. By the term “multiculturalism” we refer to several different demographic groups composing the Canadian Population, made up of peoples and groups representing a plurality of ethnocultural traditions, languages and racial origins. It is a social policy and or value that accepts cultural pluralism as a positive distinctive ...

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