News & Events: Corktown businesses in the spotlight, 77 River Street planning meeting & more!

ST. PATRICK’S DAY FUN: Corktown came out in force for last week’s St. Patrick’s Day Party at Odin Cafe + Bar. Thanks to all for the drinks and the donations! Photo By Dan Philips.

Corktown News & Events for the week of March 23, 2015

ALL AROUND AWESOME: Real estate agent David Murray Maclean is putting together some great video profiles of Corktown businesses. His latest looks at the 360 Healing Centre at 360 King Street East. Check it out here:

You can visit 360 Healing Centre at 360 King East. Visit ’em online to make an appointment.

IN BUSINESS: BlogTO has been doling out the compliments to Corktown businesses recently. Our very own Tandem Coffee (368 King East) made their list of the Best Coffee in TorontoMeanwhile, the Extension Room (30 Eastern Ave) made the list for the Top 5 barre classes and studios in Toronto. And Cocina Economica, soon to open at 114 Berkeley, is on BlogTO’s list of the ten most anticipated restaurant openings for Spring 2015. Well deserved kudos for all!

WDLC MEETING: The West Don Lands Committee is set to hold their monthly public meeting on Monday, March 23 at 39 Parliament Street in the 11th floor amenity room. The buzzer code is 182. The meeting is scheduled to run from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

ON STAGE: This week is the final week of the New Ideas Festival at Alumnae Theatre. Make sure to get your tickets while you can! And don’t forget about Alumnae’s next production, I AM MARGUERITE, debuting April 10. You can get tickets online.


  • Toronto Planning is hosting a Community Consultation Meeting regarding an application for 77 River Street & 7 Labatt Avenue on Monday, March 30 from 7 to 9 p.m. at St. Paul’s Basilica. (83 Power Street) See the attached notice for details.

77 River St. & 77 Labatt Ave

  • Head to Quad East (672 Queen East) on Friday, April 10 for Rock N’ Ride Featuring Goodnight, Sunrise. Experience an exclusive one-hour spin to a live performance. Tickets are $30 in advance or $35 at the door (if available), with all proceeds going toward supporting the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer.  You can click here for more details.



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