Monthly Archives: December 2006

St. Paul’s Church

This excerpt, from an article which appeared in the Dec 23rd Globe+Mail, provides some history of St. Paul’s Church (83 Power Street, just off Queen east of Parliament). … I chose St. Paul’s, partly for its square Tuscan tower and … Continue reading

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Corktown Association history

The Corktown Association has been around for awhile. Drew Russell (who lived on Sackville St.) was involved with the residents-only Corktown Association in 1975-1980, and was its first president. Joyce McNulty (also from Sackville) succeeded him as president in 1981. … Continue reading

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Corktown is a mostly residential area in east downtown Toronto: neighbourhood boundaries are Parliament, Shuter, the Don River and Front Street. Houses here are not as upscale as the nearby Garden District, Don Vale Cabbagetown or Cabbagetown South areas. Corktown … Continue reading

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