The CPA Newsletter is now produced twice a year and is distributed to the neighbourhood at large by teams of enthousiastic volunteers. It carries news of CPA events and programs, related items and articles on restoration and Cabbagetown's cultural history. Find below the digital version of our newsletters.

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2018 CPA AGM, Allan Gardens, Boxers Frenchie Bélanger and Larry Gains, Renovating?, Community Museum, Garden Tour, Cabbagetown Walks, First Parliament, Driftscape Spring 2018 Newsletter 28 1
Fall 2018 28 2

Part Two of Builders of Canada, Successful Tour of Homes, Healthy Roots, A Trip Down Memory Lane, Corporal Ainsworth Dyer, Renovating?, Signs, Parks in an Heritage Conservation District, Streetscapes in Bloom Winner, Al Irving, Art in the Valley 

Fall 2017 Newsletter 27 2

CPA 2017 AGM, Builders of Canada, Cabbagetown Talks, Cabbagetown Walks 2017 season, CPA membership changes, Renovating?, Cabbagetown and Regent Park champions, Streetscapes in Bloom 2017, Renovation by Love, a new book on Dr. O.

Spring 2017 Newsletter 27 1

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

Fall 2016 Newsletter 26 2

CPA AGM,  Cabbagetown in Atlanta, Your Door, Transplanting large trees, Lister Sinclair, Infamous people and places, Garden Tour, 2016 walking tour season

Spring 2016 Newsletter 26 1

CPA AGM, Extraordinary change along the Don: from Cabbagetown to Lake Ontario, Key questions about the CPA, Cabbagetown's past life, Hugh Garner, Tree protection and diversifying species with native treets, Hidden Gardens & Private Spaces tour, Streetscapes in Bloom, Upcoming walking tours, a word from the CRA

Spring 2015 Issue 25 1

Speaker's Night: Scott Weir on 24 Sussex; Cabbagetown, Georgia; trees and gardens; a word from the Cabbagetown Regent Park Museum and from the Cabbagetown Heritage Conservation Distrtict Committee; a remarkable life: Margaret Hyndman; a successful Cabbagetown Tour of Homes; Toronto's first zoo

Fall 2015 Issue 25 2

Happy Birthday CPA!  Our 2014 AGM and an important discussion on Cabbagetown's canopy, Josef Skvorecky, a CRP Museum exhibit, the Jarvis Family, and more!

Spring 2014 Issue 24 1

Speakers Night: Adversity, Resilience, Prosperity: The Odyssey of a Canadian Inner City Neightbourhood; Saving the Canopy; Heritage Trees; CPA Anniversary Tour; Fraser Mustard; Garden Tours and Awards


Fall 2014 24 2