The souls of the departed and ghost of Christmas past don’t just cease to exist. Their ectoplasm still gather amongst the homes and commercial establishments of Cabbagetown. They still convene in the early hours at the chapel of Prospect cemetery. Maybe our lives never really disappear despite our limited days on earth. Maybe the energy […]
Will Our Small Businesses Survive?
Contributed by Anita Bostok. As Cabbagetown residents, we know full well the advantages of downtown living. We walk down the street, and everything we need is at our fingertips. But we can’t take it for granted that this will always be the case. Since the pandemic, merchants have endured repeated, forced lockdowns. Now they’re faced […]
Should I Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer?
Contributed by: Tony Lafazanis – Cabbagetown Personal Injury Lawyer www.TLLawCanHelp.com If you’ve found yourself asking this question, you are likely in a situation where you could benefit from speaking with a personal injury lawyer. This blog post will address some possible fears about hiring a lawyer, as well as looking at the benefits. The answer to […]
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What I heard from Toronto Centre voters for our next City Councillor
Contributed by David Morris, former Ontario Liberal Candidate – Toronto Centre “People don’t care about politics.” It’s a line we hear, but I know it isn’t true. People care deeply about what happens in their communities. They just don’t always know who to go to for help. I learned that as a candidate in the […]
mysteries to discover within the walls of this unexpected art sanctuary
“I have gone past this building so many times but never tried the door until now,” exclaim college students walking into Gallery Arcturus, in a state of mild shock at the abundance of colour and unexpected artworks visible in the first room they see. For them it’s as if a four-storey art museum suddenly and […]
Gallery Arcturus Cover
Ed Drass is a former writer for daily newspapers who now acts as guide for visitors to Gallery Arcturus, a not-for-profit contemporary art exhibition centre funded and operated by The Foundation for the Study of Objective Art, a private charity. Note on accessibility: This heritage structure requires the use of stairs to access the […]
Maybe it’s because I’m the son of a man born in 1906, shortly after Queen Victoria died. Dad was sired out of a mixed marriage between a Scot from Inverness and an Anglo from Kent. There’s something about this time in history inspires a sense of wonder when I walk the streets of Cabbagetown. It […]
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 […]
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