It's produced in glorious colour but we can only afford to distribute a black and white version to each household in the Harbord Village area.
We're proud of the way our newsletter gets around. The October 2006 issue, which profiled candidates in the upcoming municipal election, was used as course material at the University of Toronto.
The original splendid colour versions of issues back to October 2003 are at the links below, with a hint as to what is in each issue.
Becoming More Inclusive; Babies in the Village;
Farmers’ Market back by popular demand; Residents’ survey illuminates priorities for HVRA;
Graffiti cleanup underway;
University of Toronto Update: Keeping the university green;
Spring Clean-Up; Harbord Village pilot project gets ahead of
Concerns in the Village; Pumpkin Festival; Fall Fair 2012; Murals replacing graffiti; The Nags Players; Fall Clean-Up; How the University of Toronto affects life in Harbord Village; Jennifer Keesmaat, Chief Planner; University development; EAB: the ash tree killer; Lovin’ our laneways.
Loving our laneways; Spring clean-up; New location, same great meeting; Cyril Greenland; Kensington Hospice; Original slate roofs, windows, doors, porches – oh my!; Heritage permits; Memories of Harbord Village HVRA and ACO; Rowdy clubs and bars, rooming houses.