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Contributed by Peter Lovering – Publisher of the Parliament Street News.   This edition I decided to put “contributed by Author or Photographers Name,” because I always get emails from angry disgruntled people complaining about the way things are written and telling me that there is not enough news. My goal of the Contributed by […]

DANIELS SPECTRUM NAMED BEST NEW EVENT VENUE IN CANADA

Contributed by Karen Whaley Regent Park’s new cultural hub is awarded regional prize by event industry leader BizBash Daniels Spectrum, Regent Park’s new cultural hub, has been named Best New Venue in Canada by BizBash, North America’s leading event industry publication. The award is an enormous achievement for Artscape and Daniels Spectrum’s partners: Toronto Community […]

Art in Cabbagetown

By Kathy Flaxman   Cabbagetown has the one of the largest collection of Victorian homes in North America and that means a vast amount of Victorian trim work, often called gingerbread.   Talk about art!  A walk down any street means viewing intricate designs in wood, sometimes intricately painted as well to highlight the details.  […]

The Daniels Corporation and Jazz FM91 present Junior Jazz Jam

The Daniels Corporation and Jazz. FM91 are excited to present Junior Jazz Jam  – a free monthly concert series for children at the Paintbox Bistro, Regent Park’s new social enterprise restaurant. Designed to foster an appreciation for the musical arts, the series features a select group of exceptional entertainers who present musical concerts for children. […]

Transportation Means Garages

By Kathy Flaxmann Transportation means garages  and, as usual, Cabbagetown has a vast range of sizes and styles. According to real estate agent Duncan Fremlin, a drive down some of the back lanes illustrates just this point.  “Look between Wellesley and Amelia, west of Sackville and you will see some very different styles,” he points […]

Transit ads Value By Duncan Fremlin

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There are many things that define a great city.  When you return from your travels to Hong Kong or New York or Delhi and beyond, one feature you’ll probably tell your friends about is the local transportation system.  We all know about the gridlock on the Los Angeles freeways, the tolls to drive into downtown […]