The Bulletin 2008

Duncan McAllister was a freelance reporter for five years at The Bulletin, downtown Toronto’s best read community newspaper. It is distributed monthly to over 140,000 readers in the downtown core.
(18 Articles. Reprints courtesy of the Bulletin Newspaper Group.)


Karmic MBA self-published novel

Karen Black releases Moon Dance
July, 2008

Environmental group seeks green

Funding for summer hire
July, 2008

Films sought for festival

Cabbagetown short film fest
July, 2008

GO tower draws local ire

Boot-shaped condo
June, 2008

Voyageur finds art afloat

Voyageur voyeur finds art afloat
May, 2008

Moss Park dome

Moss Park dome to serve area Muslims
May, 2008

Teen cooks up scholarship win

School breakfast program
May, 2008

Waterfront silo to be a museum

Waterfront silos to be a museum
April, 2008

Bad timing for Leslieville BIA plans

Bad timing for Leslieville BIA plans
April, 2008

Entertainment District forms BIA

Local businesses voted
to approve

April, 2008

BIA springs forward

Cabbagetown BIA’s March meeting
April, 2008

Historic site condo bid

Residents wary of condo bid for
historic site

March, 2008

Leslieville BIA considered

New Leslieville BIA considered
March, 2008

Roundhouse to brew more suds

Steam Whistle Brewing is
expanding their operations

March, 2008

New Corktown board

Corktown Residents and
Business Association

March, 2008

Historic churches threatened

Development threat to historic
area churches

February, 2008

Cabbagetown survey results

Survey: Cabbagetowners keep it local
February, 2008

Egg-shaped Corus building

Key waterfront building design cheapened
January, 2008

(Article reprints appear courtesy of The Bulletin Newspaper Group. Duncan McAllister produced copy and photos for the articles. The Bulletin did the layouts and headlines.)