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Public Open House on new Community Council boundaries

Residents are invited to an open house on Tuesday, May 15 at 7 p.m., Committee Room 2, City Hall, 100 Queen Street West to learn about Community Councils and options for new boundaries. Toronto City Council must adopt new Community … Continue reading

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City Council Highlights, April 24, 25, 26 and 27

Council Highlights is an informal summary of a selection of the decisions that Toronto City Council made at its recent business meeting. Plan for SmartTrack stations Council approved a financial commitment as the City of Toronto’s share of funding for … Continue reading

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If this doesn’t bring on spring weather, nothing will …

Every September, at the height of the Cabbagetown Festival, the festival organizers, the Cabbagetown BIA, sacrifice a cabbage to keep the Cabbage Gods smiling on the neighbourhood and bring good weather. Mark Michelin of St. James Town Steak and Chops … Continue reading

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CRA safety and security survey

Your residents’ association directors would like wider feedback about Cabbagetown safety and security concerns so we can better plan education and interventions, and advocate on your behalf with the city and police. We are running a Safety and Security Survey … Continue reading

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Spruce Court Co-operative Has a Website

This might just be new to me, but I was excited to discover that Spruce Court co-op has its own website: http://www.sprucecourt.coop This housing co-op is one of the earliest examples (1913) of publicly supported rental housing in Canada but … Continue reading

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Road Closures Affecting Cabbagetown

City Website: Main Road Closures In a great development to keep citizens aware of road closures of main roads, the City of Toronto announced a new website today where you can see where and when major closures are planned. Road … Continue reading

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CPA Hidden Gardens & Private Spaces Tour – June 8, 2014 (Tickets Now On Sale)

Our friends at the Cabbagetown Preservation Association are again conducting their hugely successful, annual tour of Cabbagetown’s hidden gardens and private spaces. Tickets are now on sale at the locations noted below. Date: June 8th, 2014 Time: 10 am to … Continue reading

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Call For Nominations For Board Of Directors

The Cabbagetown Residents Association (CRA) board of directors has constituted the 2014 Nominating Committee of the board. The Nominating Committee was formed to receive director nominees for election to the board of directors at the Cabbagetown Residents Association Annual General … Continue reading

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Sprucecourt Public School: Before and After School Program – Register by May 1st

Thanks to Doug Fisher for letting us know about this. Please see below for information about a program for kids in JK and SK. Registration closes May 1st Sprucecourt Public School (70 Spruce) has an opportunity to operate a before-school … Continue reading

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Historical Toronto Street Signs For Sale – Starting April 28

It’s not clear yet whether any signs from Cabbagetown will be included or not, but just in case you’re interested in owning a piece of Toronto history…over 1500 decommissioned street signs from around the city are going to be auctioned … Continue reading

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