The Winter Engagement Strategy’s goal is to draw people outdoorsContinue reading Sharing the joy of community and winter
Residents band together to create safe, affordable housingContinue reading Alberta Ave Collective holds first meeting
Parkdale Cromdale League invites people to enjoy communityContinue reading Celebrating winter with a Danish concept
Taking a moment to toast and remember the closed 7-ElevenContinue reading Convenience stores provide a safe place
Our community loves to cook together.
The newly renovated kitchen at Alberta Avenue Community Centre is already host to the Mennonite Centre’s Global Cooking program on Tuesdays, where new immigrants cook dishes from different cultures together, then sit down, socialize, and share a meal. Others in the neighbourhood are also taking advantage of the new kitchen. Continue reading Collective kitchens make food affordable Community members socialize and prepare food together
From interesting houses and beautiful yards to a ravine and river valley oasis, you will find it all in Parkdale-Cromdale. As I walk, cycle, or drive through our mature neighbourhood, I’m thankful I don’t live in a cookie-cutter treeless suburb.
Below are two different walking tours, one of Parkdale and one of Cromdale/Viewpoint (with lots of pictures!).
Homeowners considering building a separate suite or needing to make essential home repairs can still access city housing grants.
Throughout 2016, funding is available from the city’s Cornerstones II grant program, which includes the Secondary Suites, the HOPE program, and Curb Appeal grant.