The Bulletin’s July 2016 edition is in the mail

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The Bulletin’s July 2016 edition

The print copy of The Bulletin‘s July 2016 edition is in the mail since it does appear as if there won’t be a work stoppage while CUPW and Canada Post negotiate.
For those of you who live in an on-street address (house, townhouse) you will receive (and most of you have received) your copy of
The Bulletin at your home as always.

For condo dwellers, the postal delivery starts July 15. You can pick up a copy of the July 2016 edition at the locations listed below. We do thank so many apartment and condo dwellers for volunteering to take bundles of the July edition and placing them in the mailroom. It’s very heartening to know that The Bulletin plays such a distinctive role in the lives of our readers. Since the Canada Post mailings continue, it won’t be necessary to also place copies in the mailroom.

Of course you can always read The Bulletin online at https://thebulletin.ca.

It is in a flipbook form. It’s responsive and can be viewed on any device. The flipbook is produced from the very same PDF files that are used to print the newspaper.

Thank you for reading us,

Paulette Touby, Publisher

Pickup Locations:

Balzac’s in the Distillery District

Cabbagetown BIA on Carlton

C’est What? on Front Street

Cranberries on Parliament

Cooper Koo YMCA

Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas East

Golden Griddle on Carlton 

Harbourfront Centre

LCBO on Front Street

Le Papillon on Front Street

Loblaws, Queens Quay

Oh Boy! on west side of Parliament at Gerrard

MP Specialty Pharmacy, 290 Shuter, west of Parliament

No Frills on Front Street

Peter’s Cajun Pizza on Parliament

Rainbow Cinemas

Riverside BIA office, Queen Street East at Saulter

St. Lawrence Market, Upper and Lower Floors

The Bulletin’s street rack at Blue Jays Way & King

Tim Horton’s locations:

  • Church at The Esplanade,
  • Richmond Street at Sherbourne,
  • King Street at River,
  • Jarvis at The Esplanade

Toronto Dominion Bank on Parliament

Toronto’s First Post Office, 260 Adelaide St. E.

Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre (formerly Harbourfront Community Centre) on Queens Quay @ Bathurst.

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