Des Ryan, a retired police officer and a board director with the CRA, contributes occasional safety and security updates. Living in Cabbagetown is like living in a village in downtown Toronto: we have the good fortune of a strong community … Continue reading →
Some things are not just meant to be left lying around, including hazardous materials including needles/syringes and other types of paraphernalia. Staff at our Ward 28 office and Toronto Public Health have advised us that we can contact 311 to … Continue reading →
You might have noticed the new wayfinding signs in Riverdale Park West and in the lower Don Valley along the trails. This is part of a pilot project and the city would like your opinions on the designs they have … Continue reading →
Since Pam McConnell’s death in July of this year, there has been a vacancy for the position of Councillor. City Council voted on October 4 to fill the role by appointment instead of holding an election. If you are interested … Continue reading →
Welcome to a new business in the neighbourhood – Fancy Franks! They opened Wednesday October 4 at 484 Parliament St. and they are packing them in already. fancyfranks.com First customer!!! Thanks for checking us out, enjoy! 🙌🏼😋🎉 #fancyfranks #Cabbagetown pic.twitter.com/D3bHg07o6S … Continue reading →
This week’s look back in time is of a few of the corner stores that used to dot our local streets. The Toronto Archives (toronto.ca) have a number of photographs of the neighbourhood taken during 1972 and we found a … Continue reading →
This week we have Greg and Dale, two of our wonderful neighbours and Forsythia Festival volunteers, giving their $0.02 on the neighbourhood. Best place in Cabbagetown for a bite to eat … I love so many places to eat but … Continue reading →
In an interesting pivot, new local barber shop Razed Right has become Freshed Right Salad and Juice Bar at 298 Gerrard St. E. (just east of Parliament St.).
Welcome to the neighbourhood!
The man pictured below is a person of interest related to some local thefts. If you see him, please contact Toronto Police at 416-808-2222. Friday September 15 at Stout Irish Pub (facebook.com), this person was captured on video attempting to … Continue reading →
Sadly, long-time Cabbagetowner Nancy White has died. We learned of her passing in Doug Fisher’s blog where he wrote the following: Nancy White died recently from the lingering effects of a stroke she suffered several years ago. She loved Cabbagetown … Continue reading →