Mayor Kennedy Stewart (second from left) posed for a photo with East End Boys and Girls Club leaders Tanya Zambrano and Jim Crescenzo, and one of the club's mentors, Ali Choudhry.
Domenic and Gloria Cuccione have honoured their son by raising many millions of dollars to help create a better future for other kids.
Federico Fuoco and his father Gianni serenaded the chamber with Volare (Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu).
This year’s Italian Day theme is the power of communità (community) and giving back.
Locally, nowhere is the prevalence of this treat more pronounced than in Little Italy.
Three intersections have been painted with the colours of Italy’s flag.
The sounds of Italy will echo through the Drive this Sunday (June 9), with several big acts visiting from the Bel Paese.
One not to be missed, according to executive director Joan D’Angola Kluge, is Festa della Repubblica, the celebration of Italian National Day, on June 6.
The food and wine tasting event is presented by the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada–West.
The theme of comunità—or “community”—anchoring Sunday’s Italian Day on Commercial Drive is a fitting nod to the special bond that ties the area’s sons and daughters of Italy together.
Besides savoury foods like pizza and meatballs, a big part of this year’s outdoor fete is Italian desserts.
Her looks have been featured in international glossies including Vogue U.K.