Category Archives: Programs

Cabbagetown Preservation Association 2017 AGM – May 29

Our friends at the Cabbagetown Preservation Association (CPA) will be holding their AGM on May 29 at Dixon Hall. They are a great organization and we hope that you will support them by attending and by becoming a member. Monday … Continue reading

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Three-week closure of Dundas-Parliament intersection for streetcar track replacement and other road work

This is just outside of the neighbourhood, but some Cabbagetowners will want to be aware of some upcoming streetcar track work that will affect the intersection at Dundas Street East and Parliament Street. Summary: – Complete closure of the intersection … Continue reading

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Cabbagetown Preservation Association – 2017 Walking Tours

The Cabbagetown Preservation Association (CPA) has announced the schedule of walking tours for 2017. As usual, the list is impressive. The Necropolis – May 27/28 Cabbagetown et la vallée de la rivière Don (en français) – July 2 Cabbagetown By … Continue reading

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Toronto Police Services – online poll on vehicle design

You might have read in the news that there was some controversy over a new design being used for police vehicles. The Police Chief put a hold on the new design to review options and there is now an online … Continue reading

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Cabbagetown in the news: Former Cabbagetown corner store rings up $1.36-million sale

The neighbourhood is in the news today with information on the sale of a home (a former corner store) at the corner of Sumach and Spruce Streets. Former Cabbagetown corner store rings up $1.36-million sale (theglobeandmail.com) In other real estate … Continue reading

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Electronic waste recycling event – Sunday April 23, 2017

This is a little outside of our neighbourhood, but for residents who can’t attend any of the three local Community Environment Days this year, and would like to get rid of electronic waste and would like to support a good … Continue reading

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Did you know…T.O. INview is an interactive map showing planned infrastructure work?

We noticed this interesting mapping tool today while reading a City of Toronto press release. The City of Toronto’s T.O. INview (INview stands for “INfrastructure Viewer) shows where water, TTC, utlities and other major capital works are planned for each … Continue reading

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Overnight road closures on Rosedale Valley Road – April 3 to 15

We noticed this sign at Bayview Avenue and Rosedale Valley Road. Rosedale Valley Closed from Bayview Ave. to Park Rd. April 3 to April 15, 2017 Monday to Friday 11:00 – 5:00 a.m. (presumably 11 p.m.) Saturday and Sunday 11:00 … Continue reading

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Lower Don Trail update

The work on the Lower Don Trail will be picking up again now that Spring has arrived! Unfortunately, the section between Pottery Road and the Riverdale Park Bridge will be closed until July so it is best to detour on … Continue reading

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Community Environment Days – 2017

The City of Toronto has announced the schedule for this year’s Community Environment Days. These events are held around the city during the year and are a convenient place to responsibly discard unused and unwanted household items (batteries, paint cans, … Continue reading

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