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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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
What Style is Your Home? Find Out Here; Glass Restoration Adds Drama to Dance Theatre Corner; Cabbagetown’s Heritage Conservation District What do I need to know?; ...And what of Regent Park? Winter 2003/2004 14 1
Making a Grand Entrance; Restoration Awards: two fine additions to our streets; Owning a home in a Conservation District...What are the rules?; During the Festival, See Who Lived Just Around The Corner..; Introducing The Don Vale Cabbagetown Residents Association Fall 2004 14 3
Plaque Commemorates our First People; Grant From Tour Of Homes Kickstarts Heritage Street Signs;Tour of Homes marks Twenty-Five Years; Meeting for New proposed Heritage Conservation District September 17 Fall 2003 14 3
Forsythia and Blooms; Restoring your brickwork? Check inside first; St. Peter’s Church-140 Years; The Art and Science of Brickwork Restoration Spring 2003 14 2
CPA at the Crossroads?; Cabbagetown People Plaques - Year Two; Research Completed For Proposed Designated Area; Samuel Johnson Boddy Winter 2003 14 1


The Windows of Cabbagetown,Cabbagetown/Regent Park Museum Project

Spring 2004 14 2

Festival Scoops Garner Novel, Cabbagetown People, an innovative plaque program, will make its debut at the Cabbagetown Cultural Festival this September. Tasteful Totes at Festival

September 2002 13 3