Schizophrenia Peer Support Contributed by Jordan

The first Diagnostic Specific Peer Support group/ network for people with Schizophrenia in Canada. This was the first peer support group in the country also. There was nothing like it. Yes I started it. Everyone said not it won’t work. Now it is standard practice and the industry has taken it over. No funding in […]

Kimberley Ezeard, explores her experiences in selling and buying Cabbagetown real estate

Cabbagetown: a Village of Diversity and Inclusiveness   As well as assisting people who are already long time residents of our great neighbourhood to up-size, down-size or right-size, I have the pleasure of selling or leasing into the area people who are attracted to Cabbagetown not just because of our beautiful architecture, gorgeous gardens and […]

OH CANADA! STANDING TALL TOGETHER

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I think it’s safe to say that Canadians are proud of their country but fairly subdued when it comes to expressing it.  However,  when given a chance, they can and do let loose.  And that’s exactly what they did in early February.   The stage was set:  the biggest snow storm of the year, music […]

The Royal Canadian Bicycle Club

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The Royal Canadian Curling Club (the Royals), hidden at the end of a narrow alley at 131 Broadview Avenue, is a gem whose storied past is known only to a few of its devoted enthusiasts. Committed to presenting its history to the public as part of its 125th Anniversary celebrations this year, the Royals has […]

The 2017 the Forsythia Festival

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Every May, Cabbagetown residents gather at Wellesley Park to celebrate the official welcoming of Spring. This year is no different, and the Cabbagetown Residents Association is pleased to be hosting the 46th annual Forsythia Festival on Sunday May 7, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. We are planning the 2017 Forsythia Festival now, so […]

Diversity and Compassion

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On December 15th, our local Member of Parliament, Bill Morneau, hosted a large Holiday Party in Regent Park, highlighting the many backgrounds that make up our vibrant community. “There’s no better place in Canada than Toronto Centre to see the diversity and compassion that make this such a special time of year” said Minister Morneau […]