CRBA Monthly Public Meeting – TONIGHT May 2, 2017
When: Tuesday, May 2 at 7:00pm
Where: Cooper Koo Family YMCA, 461 Cherry St
Business Intro – Montessori Regent Park
Evergreen Brickworks to discuss The Don River Valley Park Project – Art Program
Join Evergreen’s Curator Kari Cwynar and Project Manager Liz Lecky to learn about plans for […]
Community Easter Egg Hunt
Be sure to come out to Corktown Common this Sunday for the Third Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt!
Photography for Kids
Project Kids & Cameras is a free program for kids in grades 3-6. This is a great opportunity for kids to learn more about digital photography as well as […]
Community Consultation for 28 River St (The Beer Store!)
When: Thursday, March 23 from 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Where: Regent Park Community Centre, 402 Shuter St
An Application has been submitted for 28 River St which is the property where our local Beer Store now sits. The proposed development is 15 stories, having 162 units. Please […]
Corktown News Spring Issue
The Spring issue of the Corktown News has been taken to Canada Post. You should be receiving it in your mailbox soon. Unfortunately because of the way that Canada Post works and our limited budget, the buildings in the West Don Lands will not receive it in their mailbox. The good […]
New CRBA Board of Directors
On a miserable, wet, icy evening, the CRBA held it’s Annual General Meeting at the YMCA.
Congratulations to the new Board of Directors. They will vote on the executive positions at their first Board Meeting.
Socrates Apallas – returning Kathrin Furniss – returning Sandra Iskandar – returning Tom Junek – […]
CRBA Annual General Meeting
The AGM for the 2016-2017 year will be held next week. Come and find out what we have been up to all year and vote for your new Board of Directors! There will also be a vote to modify the CRBA By-Laws. See here for proposed changes.
At our upcoming Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, February 7, members of the CRBA will be asked to consider amendments to the organizational bylaws.
Here is a quick recap of the changes:
Broadening membership – people that carry on business in Corktown without owning or renting property in Corktown can now be members (but they […]
Help Stop a Mega-Club on our Waterfront! You may have seen the story in the Globe about the application to increase the licensed capacity of the Rebel (formerly Dock’s) nightclub to 15,000 patrons. You can help by signing and circulating the Waterfront For All petition Please Act now! The licensing hearing starts on February 9th.
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