Welcome to the Cabbagetown Preservation Association Website!
The Cabbagetown Preservation Association (CPA) was founded in 1989 to help preserve the architectural integrity and historic character of Cabbagetown. The CPA was instrumental in the creation of the Cabbagetown heritage conservation districts (HCDs) in the early 2000s.
These changes in the heritage landscape allowed the CPA to expand its mandate and focus on other aspects of heritage conservation. The CPA grew and is now running several educational programs that aim at interpreting and better understanding Cabbagetown’s heritage and the significant achievements of Cabbagetown’s, past, present and future residents as well as the history of the area and its stock of buildings and landmarks, including two heritage cemeteries.
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What's new at the CPA?
|Cabbagetown People Website||
Cabbagetown People Website Revamped and Expanded
|Adversity, Resilience, Prosperity||
Adversity, Resilience, Prosperity: The Odyssey of a Canadian Inner City Neighbourhood. Cabbagetown 1941-2011
|Peggy Kurtin Award Program||
|Hidden Gardens & Private Spaces||
Announcement regarding the CPA garden tour
|Fall 2016 Newsletter||
Upcoming CPA Night: Vanishing Cabbagetown; Our first Cabbagetown Talk: Imagining our Main Street; Citizen Forester; New preservation tools; Sir Charles G.D. Roberts; Dead twice?; Cabbagetown Atlanta part 3; The Worker's Cottage; A shoemaker in Cabbagetown; Stretscape in Bloom
|Web Columns on Cabbagetown||
Cabbagetown featured on insidetoronto.com series Toronto Time Capsule
|Streetscapes in Bloom 2017||
Nominate a garden!
|Cabbagetown Tea Towels||
The Cabbagetown Tea Towels!
|Renovating your home? What you need to know!||
Most of Cabbagetown is designated as a heritage conservation district (HCD). What does this mean to homeowners?
|The CPA is on Facebook.||
"Like" us on Facebook and keep abreast of CPA activities and heritage issues that affect Cabbagetown. Furthermore, learn about Cabbagetown's history and the remarkable people who once called Cabbagetown home.