Hello Readers


Coming out of the summer, our September edition can always be a toss-up. We usually feature all the Cabbagetown festival stuff…but the Bia has something exciting planned. We received some great articles from lots of people, and I can’t stress enough that sharing articles and letting people know you read the paper is what keeps […]

33rd Annual Cabbagetown Art & Crafts Show


Cabbagetown Art & Crafts show weekend will take place in the beautiful Riverdale Park West, September 9 – 11. Historic Cabbagetown is in the heart of downtown Toronto, and is the oldest and prettiest park in Toronto.   With 180 artisans showcased in the park, you are sure to find a work of art or craft […]

Why Not Pete Lovering?


Contributed by Pete Lovering , PSN Publisher and now officially a politician. Although many people have suggested I run in the Toronto Centre over the years, I have decided to throw my hat in the ring in Ward 11, University Rosedale. Get ready #unirose for a new political approach. As it turns out, I have more […]

Fall Find – Rogers & Company


Contributed by David Lavictoire, Brand Associate, Rogers & Company  The days might be starting to shorten, but it’s still too early to break out the parkas! Celebrate the end of summer with these two wines, available September 10 at the LCBO. Chateau Camplong Grande Reserve 2020 Chateau Camplong is a co-operative winery located in Corbières, Languedoc, one […]

Sunday in the Park – August 14th


Contributed by Walied Khogali Ali, Co-Chair – Community Building Working Group – SDP. On Sunday, August 14th 2022 – thousands of residents attended the beloved community celebration known as Sunday in the Park. Sunday in the Park was founded in the early nineties in Regent Park. Thank you to the thousands of residents that participated in […]

If it Sounds Too Good to be True


Contributed by Virginia Gallop, Executive Director, Cabbagetown BIA. Photo credit Marion Voysey Photography. We all know that old adage, and how rarely does it ever fail to be the case. I’m not suggesting that the Cabbagetown Parkscape Installation was perfect, or that it wasn’t without its bumps and getting used to, but the reality is, it […]

Candidates for Councillor Ward 13/Toronto Centre


Quick PSN note to all candidates. The PSN is offering half price ads and an Article of 300 words plus and image  for the election edition. Great value and fair. Please get in touch before the deadline. Sept 29th. Order of ad/article placement will be first come first serve. Avila, Miguel Johnson, Colin Lester, Ryan […]

What the heck is going on at Menagerie Pet Shop?!


Hey folks, Kaelo Gallagher here from Menagerie Pet Shop. A lot of you may be wondering what the status of our beloved neighbourhood pet shop is. Well, it’s been an interesting few years (as all of you surely know) and while we thought we survived the pandemic, we’re not out of the woods just yet. […]

What has Parkscape Done for Cabbagetown?


Contributed byAnita Bostok and Norman Hathaway. As summer draws to a close, so will Parliament Street’s widely publicized, Parkscape. The question is, did the temporary park add value to the neighbourhood in the eyes of the residents? As Cabbagetown realtors and residents, we set out to find the answer. According to Virginia Gallop, executive director […]