Written by Duncan Fremlin, Broker , RE/MAX Hallmark Realty Ltd. email@example.com www.morethanahome.ca As a downtown Toronto Realtor, I spend a lot of time driving the […]
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The Alumnae Theatre Company is celebrating its 100th birthday and you’re invited On Sunday, September 16, the oldest theatre in Toronto is holding an Open […]
Contributed by: Stephen-Thomas Maciejowski. This Cabbagetown tradition continues on September 8th and 9th with the 42nd Cabbagetown Festival. The annual event has grown over the […]
By: Piper Gill & Robert Gill . It’s a beautiful Sunday afternoon in Cabbagetown. My five-year-old daughter, Piper, and I put on our gardening gloves, […]
Contributed by Kathy Flaxman. Cabbagetown boasts a stunning collection of homes, many from the Victorian era. However, there are also historically notable public spaces and […]
Sarah Cook- Publisher … Back to school, back to work, and back to reality! What does September mean to you? For me? My favorite song […]
Contributed by Jennifer Shearer. How well do we actually know our kids? With summer coming to a close and kids getting ready to return to […]
Contributed by Anne Dimon. As a homeowner and long-time resident of Cabbagetown South, I join many of you in expressing concern about the declining safety […]
Your local Cabbagetown Butcher and deli since 1971. Stop by our tent at Winchester and Parliament when you’re at the Cabbagetown Festival. We’ll be barbequing […]
Contributed by Ashley Waye / Founding Lawyer. When separating or divorcing, many married couples wonder and worry about what will ultimately happen with the home […]
Specializing in Ornamental Gardening in the cities most exclusive neighbourhoods. Don has been working in the Industry for 25+ years with the most recent decade […]
By Kimberley Ezeard. When people ask me where I live in Toronto, I describe it as a village in the heart of downtown. I live […]
Contributed by Katie Mead. I fancy myself a pretty good writer. But when I sat down to write the copy for my website, I was […]
Contributed by Kevin from Kendall & Co. Tuesday October 2nd, Cabbagetown’s creative businesses play host to a fundraiser benefitting Green Thumbs Growing Kids. Green […]
When you look around Toronto, there’s a good chance that you’ll see cranes from a distance and construction that’s building new homes for our growing […]
Contributed by Victoria Hadden. For many obvious reasons to those of us who live here, Cabbagetown is one of the most popular destinations in Toronto […]
The city of Toronto has opened a community consultation on whether the area south of Carlton and east of Parliament should be added to the […]
Featured artist contributed by John Desouza. Roksolyana resides in Toronto, Canada with her husband and daughter. Since graduating from the Ontario College of Art in […]
Contributed by The Parliament Street News. Under the direction and mentorship of Monique Cain, the Cabbagetown Youth Centre’s Performing Arts Camp put on a stellar […]
The CabbagetonBoing Club does it again. The Saturday afternoon of the Festivel they are presenting some incredible live bouts. It is not to be missed. […]
Contributed by Sarah Cook- Publisher. Fish, Festivals and Firetrucks… oh my! Weather you prefer Fahrenheit or Celsius, it is climbing! It’s going to be a hot one this year, Summer 2018 is starting off Fast and Furious. New restaurants opening, Festivals, Fresh fish and Fried Fish, the Farmers market on Tuesdays and a […]
The Irv opened its doors at 195 Carlton St. on March 1st 2014 with a tribute to Bob Irvine the man they called Irv. When opening The Irv we wanted to concentrate on fresh local food and great beer specials. On June 1st 2018 our new concept Beer Batter Fish N’ Chips will open at […]
Contributed Duncan Fremlin, Broker RE/MAX Hallmark Realty Ltd. Last winter our former mayor, the tiny and perfect David Crombie, gave a series of lectures on the history of Toronto. Each was a sell-out, no easy feat at the very large Bloor Street Hot Doc’sTheatre. During an intermission, I purchased a 2010 publication titled Stroll, Psychogeographic […]
Stephen-Thomas Maciejowski Grab your picnic blanket and get ready for Cabbagetown Movie In The Park returning for its 3rd annual installment presented by the Cabbagetown BIA on Wednesday July 18th (rain date Wednesday July 25th.) This special movie night in Riverdale Park West beside the farm is a big Thank You from our members, Cabbagetown […]
Contributed by Kathy Flaxman The Bluebells are ringing, and the Hyacinths are definitely in bloom. In the air there’s a scent of Lilac – yes garden time is here! Cabbagetown homes boast a variety of styles of design and architecture and likewise, many proud dwellers have created oases of colour, greenery and scents. Some […]
Contributed by Linnea Obern Hi friends! We are Buds & Blossoms, a family activity studio serving Cabbagetown with a diverse selection of educational and entertaining classes and events for children and their grown-ups. Since January of this year, we’ve been having a blast creating a nurturing, fun and unique space for our treasured community of […]
Contributed by Blake Keidan, Photo credit: Kelly Teahen, Forsythia Festival organizer Welcoming in the late, but much anticipated spring, federal Minister of Finance and our Toronto Centre MP Bill Morneau joined residents to celebrate the 47th annual Cabbagetown Forsythia Festival, on May 6th in Wellesley Park. Together we welcomed a long-awaited spring with the […]
This unique tour continues to draw people from across Toronto and beyond. June 3 will be the 11th time we have had the privilege of peeking into the hidden gardens. A self-guided tour of these private spaces will have limited ticket sales with proceeds supporting the work of the CPA. The attraction for many is […]
Contributed by Kimberley Ezeard Cabbagetown was not exempt from what seemed like the never ending winter, and now we enter the season of never ending construction and traffic detour… “Why”, you ask? This reflects the trend to renovate or rebuild and stay in our existing homes, as opposed to facing the stress of shopping for […]
Photo & article contributed by Lenka Gazova – Lenka Life Photography *VIP Green Thumbs offers food growing and environmental education programs in 4 inner-city schools and 2 park sites. Our programs take place in the east downtown Toronto neighbourhoods of St. James Town, Cabbagetown, and Regent Park. Our gardens are about kids and their […]
Meredith Cartwright is an accomplished human rights lawyer, businesswoman and advocate for Toronto Centre. Meredith earned her law degree from Queen’s University and holds a Master’s degree from Harvard University. She has taught university-level courses at the University of Toronto and currently teaches at OCAD University. Meredith is a strong advocate for women’s and children’s rights […]
David Morris believes real, progressive change starts with opportunity, connection, and community. A belief in community underscores everything David does. David understands Toronto Centre’s biggest challenges. As a long-time public servant and resident of Toronto Centre, David has worked to improve access to quality health care, the availability of healthy food for everyone, and to […]
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