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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Life in Old Cabbagetown, David Georgieff Remembers; Little Trinity- A Survivor in Tough Times, Putting The Victorian Plan To Contemporary Use

Spring 2007 17 1
Parliament Street Challenge New Hope for Cabbagetown’s High Street?; CPA Night at the Stonegrill; Think Jamie Oliver; Caroling for Cans; Oak Street Reinvented; 800 “Original” Cabbagetowners Reunite; Drawing the Line; Auction makes Stapleton Exhibition a reality Fall 2007 17 2
Bill Stapleton at 90; Sally Gibson takes A Peek Inside; Museum on the Move; Daniel Lamb Winter 2005/2006 16 1

Blooming Streets, CPA’s Annual General Meeting, Hear Barbara Myrvold, author of Parkdale in Pictures, Pick up Sally Gibson’s Peek Inside at the AGM

Spring 2006 16 2
A Walk Down Oak Street; CRP Museum Silent Auction; Toys in a Police station?; Cabbagetown Kid -- Robert McCauley remembers...; Who Said Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees? Fall 2006 16 3
Keeping out the cattle; Cabbagetown People - Arthur L. Schawlow Ph.D.; The last piece of the puzzle; Winter 2004/2005 15 1

Take a Walk on the Mild Side, CPA’s New Site: It’s All There, CPA AGM May 26,HCD: The Learning Curve

Spring 2005 15 2


C/RP Museum Reveals A Different Beat; Luigi von Kunits; Home Insurance Issues In HCDs; Third Stage Of Cabbagetown HCD

Approved By Community Council; Looking for a Heritage Contractor?

Late fall 2005 15 4
“Without our past, we have no future”; Cabbagetown People - Tony Brady Performer; Cabbagetown People Donor Appreciation Event; Regent Park Design Review; 2005 Tour of Homes Fall 2005 15 3


The Windows of Cabbagetown,Cabbagetown/Regent Park Museum Project

Spring 2004 14 2