The St. James Town Press - Issue 40
Summer wrap-up
August 2022
Food for Good Market Greens
On July 6th 2022, Sherbourne Health’s Food for Good™ Market Greens opened it’s doors at The Corner @ 240. The aim of this program is to make vegetables and fruit more accessible to the community throughout the year. The market also aims to build capacity of customers by offering nutrition education opportunities. Read more...
OASIS & the forgotten pool in St. James Town

When you walk a bit further behind Food Basics in the space between the little park and 200 Wellesley, you will see the old empty swimming pool. The pool is owned by Toronto Community Housing and was closed in 2010 when it was discovered that black tar was leaking into the pool from a newly installed deck. Read more...
Cancer Screening

Did you know that you can learn about your personal risk for up to six types of cancer and what you can do to help lower your risk with My CancerIQ? Designed by Ontario Health (Cancer Care Ontario), My CancerIQ is a website where people can complete a series of confidential questionnaires to learn about their risk for breast, cervical, colorectal, kidney, lung, and melanoma cancer.
Back to School Summer Style
Summer is a time for long, sun-filled hours of adventure and relaxation. Toronto, in particular, is a place bustling with action and opportunity allowing for lots of summer fun. The location of St. James Town gives a unique summer experience to anyone living here. Read more...
See what's happening in your area!
Cabbage Town Farmer’s Market
Find fresh local fruits and vegetables at the Riverdale Farm, open every Tuesday from 3 pm-7 pm!

The Bike Clinic
The bike clinic is held weekly at both our locations 200 and 240 Wellesley Street. It’s the best bike repair and DIY. The staff are very friendly and super helpful. Read more...
Creative Corner
The Corner@240 is known for being a space of innovation and craft. Check out the amazing projects that staff and community members have worked on!
In The News
Power restored for all after a major outage puts downtown Toronto in the dark. Read more...
Racialized residents facing systemic barriers in accessing Toronto greenspaces. Read more...