The Bulletin 2009-11

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.
(14 Articles. Reprints courtesy of the Bulletin Newspaper Group.)

Dixon Hall poll closed

Elections Ontario deems the
site inaccessible

June, 2011

Historic site future up in air

No plans for First Parliament in
time for 1812 bi-centennial

May, 2011

Church street tower scrapped?

Temporary win in fight against
Gloucester Mansions development

April, 2011

51 Division CPLC agenda

Youth, mental health
and gala discussed

April, 2011

Ontario polling places

To get accessibility makeover
before next election

April, 2011

Yonge St. design charette

Councillor Wong-Tam discusses
hotel fire

April, 2011

Church St. tower looms large

Isabella tower development
threatens iconic streetscape

January, 2011

Garden district meeting

The Bulletin talks with
councillor Krysten Wong-Tam

January, 2011

Little Trinity unveils new plans

Historic church revitalization
plan debuts

December, 2010

Glen Murray’s community plan

Healthcare, planning top
Toronto-Centre MPP’s findings

December, 2010

St. Lawrence Market makeover

A new era begins for the
historic market campus

December, 2009

West Don Lands project update

Secures funding, plans
to move forward

December, 2009

Computer program turns ten

Computer literacy program marks
ten years assisting youth

December, 2009

West Don Lands group meets

Update from Waterfront Toronto
November, 2009

(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.)