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Parliament Street News in 2018

Written by Duncan Fremlin, Broker. In 2011, I was invited to join the first Cabbagetown chapter of Business Networking International.  I didn’t know it at […]


Spring is on the way! We promise!

Contributed by Kathy Flaxman. The First Day of Spring and the very first bud poking out of the hard ground mean March can be tantalizing. […]

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Grant Us Peace

It will be a remarkable twinning: the greatest tragedy in the Christian world marked by the greatest musical piece ever written. On Good Friday, which […]


Laurie Ward On Easing Into The Spring

Contributed byShaghayegh Tajvidi . Laurie is a Toronto-based Shiatsu Therapist offering treatments downtown, and house calls in Cabbagetown. Get more info and connect at […]


Parliament Street Fitness

Contributed by Jay Patel  and Warren Scott. We opened our doors on February 1st and have been overwhelmed by support from the Cabbagetown community! Although […]


Paintalicious Face Painting

Face Painting for Everyone….not just kids! Spring is right around the corner and what are some of the things that come to mind that your […]


Cabbagetown South Fundraiser

SECOND ANNUAL RAIN BARREL FUNDRAISER. Cabbagetown South Residents’ Association is pleased to announce the SECOND ANNUAL RAIN BARREL FUNDRAISER in support of Laneway Beautification! We […]


2018 Cabbagetown Festival … Full Steam Ahead

Contributed by Stephen-Thomas Maciejowski. Organizers of The Cabbagetown Festival at Cabbagetown BIA, are working full steam ahead with their event producers to coordinate the two-day […]

Cabbagetown BIA at City Hall

On February 2nd the Cabbagetown BIA was at City Hall with TABIA (Toronto Association Of Business Improvement Areas) along with many of the other 83 […]


The Cabbagetown Youth Centre (“CYC”) has undergone a rebirth with the assistance of the Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services, a new senior management team interested in promoting new opportunities for children and youth in the Cabbagetown, St James Town and Regent Park . With new HVAC systems, gym lighting and improved handicapped accessibility […]


time for the 3rd Annual Cabbagetown Holiday Lights contest!

Contributed by the Cabbagetown Residents association — In what has become a popular annual tradition, it’s time to show off Cabbagetown’s houses in all of their illuminated glory. Whether the inspiration leans toward Martha Stewart or maybe the Griswold Family, show off your decorating style or nominate one of your neighbours! There are three ways […]

A Kid’s Guide to Living in Cabbagetown

Contributed by Eleanor Matheson – Hi, my name is Eleanor and I have been living in Cabbagetown for 7 years, which is my whole life.  Some of the places I like to go are:   The Coffee Shop (Jet Fuel) – It’s just around the block but it feels like it take half and hour […]


Give the Gift of Career Coaching – TCET

Do you know someone who is unemployed or underemployed?  Are you trying to find a different holiday or New Year gift?   If you answered “yes” to either of these questions it might be time to stop by 595 Parliament Street and inquire about the free services that the Centre for Education and Training offers […]

Laurie Ward wintertime Shiatsu

Like many I know, I spend the better part of the winter under the weather, sometimes for consecutive weeks at a time.  Determined to boost my overall health throughout the upcoming coldest months of the year, I asked Laurie for her insights on winter wellness.   First off, what effect do the dropping temperatures have […]

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Toronto’s 25th French Book Fair

From November 29th to December 2nd, at the Toronto Reference Library (789 Yonge St.), the Salon du livre de Toronto will be hosting its 25th edition. Close to one hundred publishers from Ontario, Québec, Manitoba, New Brunswick, France and Belgium will be represented. Workshops will be offered for students from kindergarten to grade 12. The […]


MWM Fish Co. on Parliament Street – How great is that

We are super excited to announce Mark of MWM Fish Co. and his team opened yesterday with a soft launch. Stop in tonight or over the weekend to pick up fresh fish, oysters and all the prep items you need. As this is their soft launch, many more items will be added soon, so make […]


Finally, a shared workspace that is truly flexible

Looking for highly accessible downtown workspace? Look no further. Flexday has partnered (and is partnering) with high-end restaurants in downtown Toronto. Flexday allows restaurant owners to transform idle space into a curated network of beautiful workspaces. A membership gives you and your team affordable access to inspirational places to work, meet, and create. With a […]


Yorkville Stylist & Colourist in Cabbagetown

Nano of Hair Spa 77 has been styling for the rich and famous in some of the most elite salons of Yorkville for over twenty years. She has set up her own shop in Cabbagetown on Parliament street offering a spa-like escape and the highest quality stylings. Avoid the traffic, congestion, parking, and headaches of […]


Mechanic From Heaven

Finding a good mechanic is difficult. Finding an honest and affordable mechanic is even harder. And then there is Goldie. The mechanic from heaven. If you are like me you don’t know anything about fixing cars but you do like to know what and how things are being fixed. This is what Goldie does, he […]


THE Best Of Cabbagetown – Contributed by the Cabbagetown BIA

The Cabbagetown BIA Member’s Annual General Meeting & Chairman’s Awards were held Wednesday November 8th at the famous Cabbagetown Boxing Club. The evening was a fun social gathering for members with catering from Daniel et Daniel and complimentary beverages, a boxing demonstration and live jazz band. The BIA asked the public for Chairman’s award nominations […]