Thank you to everyone who came out to enjoy the Cabbagetown Art and Crafts show this year. The weather Gods were on our side and the sun was shining! Randy Brown, Founder of the show started things going by ringing the bell at 8:00 am Friday morning, and until Sunday night, Riverdale Park West was […]
System is Failing Seniors
Contributed by David Morris – The COVID-19 Pandemic Revealed Our System is Failing Seniors, Ontario Liberals Have a Plan to Fix It The COVID-19 pandemic has touched the lives of every Ontarian. We have learned to work and socialize online, lost valued time with family and friends, and far too many of us have lost […]
Dear residents and neighbours
Contributed by Kristyn Wong-Tam – It is with great humility that I am running in the upcoming election to represent you as your NDP Toronto Centre champion at Queen’s Park! As your local City Councillor, and with your support, we have accomplished much to create healthier, stronger neighbourhoods by investing in the people who make our […]
A magnificent Parkscape in Cabbagetown
We interrupt this moment in the never-ending news of multiple elections to bring you news of something beautiful, green, fresh and welcoming. The Cabbagetown Parkscape is coming soon, and will keep us all cool, green and shaded right through summer into early autumn. The idea for the Cabbagetown Parkscape came to light in 2021, born […]
Forsythia Festival Thanks
THANK YOU The organizers of the Forsythia Festival would like to thank all the volunteers and sponsors for a long overdue and great day! Financial Donors Meridian Daniel et Daniel Catering & Events The York Search Group Hepburn Landscaping HomeLife/Realty One Ltd. Weenen General Contracting Limited F’Amelia Evelyn Sommers Psychologist Sam Richardson The Epicure Shop […]
Winter Draws to a Close, Spring beckons, the sap is running! Contributed by The Cabbagetown BIA It’s been another long, cold winter, with the odd tease of balmy weather to come. Dire and traumatic events continue to unfold in Europe and the entire world sits on pins and needles as this escalates and intensifies. The Cabbagetown […]
SINKING SHIP PRODUCTIONS GIVES BACK – BIG!
Contributed by Cabbagetown Residents Association. As you probably know, Sinking Ship Productions is currently filming a series called Jubilee in Cabbagetown, mostly located around the Coop at the corner of Winchester and Metcalfe. As a gesture of thanks to our community for the disruption filming can cause, they have already made several donations to local […]
Reduce Reuse! Upcycle!
Come check out the exciting new Double Take Studio window display. Our latest collection by upcycling artists on display and for sale inside the Double Take Thrift Store. All Double Take Studio artisans specialize in upcycling previously loved items in a creative, sustainable, and accessible manner. In partnership with the City of Toronto, the Cabbagetown […]
Contributed by Enzo Dimatteo, Originally published in Now Magazine, Cabbagetown’s Necropolis Cemetery makes a ghostly wandering ground for a treacherous time in Victorian Toronto’s history The gravestones of the more than 50,000 people buried at Necropolis Cemetery are literally everywhere – scattered in tiny vales here and there, hidden behind trees and perched precariously on […]
Cabbagetown racing champ Ari Korkodilos Needs help!
Everybody knows about the tortoise and the hare and how that race turned out. Now our Parliament St. neighbourhood has a new folktale plot: Cabbagetown boy starts racing late, quickly takes the lead, and can’t stop winning. Forget the tortoise! Ari Korkodilos began racing at age 13 with kids who had started five years earlier. […]