May 2012//Volume 2, Issue 4

Click below to see our latest edition. Enjoy!

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April 2012//Volume 2, Issue 3

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March 2012//Volume 2, Issue 2

Some featured stories and the full PDF below. Enjoy!

The D-mart is now open at St.Clarens Ave. and Bloor (Click to read more)

Paris has gotten the go ahead to have a patio. (Click to read more)

iBroadcast.tv is predicting their site will be huge. (Click to read more)

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February 2012// Volume 2, Issue 1

Volume two of The Bloordale Press has landed. Below are a few featured stories (please click on the photo to be redirected to the full text) and below them is the link for the full pdf. Enjoy!

PERTH PUBLIC SCHOOL NEEDS YOUR HELP - By Gurpreet Ghag

JUNCTION TRIANGLE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB MOVES - By Justin Millerson

NEW IN BUSINESS: THE RUSTIC OWL LANDS AT DOVERCOURT AND BLOOR - By Gurpreet Ghag

KENT COMPETES IN LEGO CHAMPIONSHIPS - By Justin Millerson

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10.07.11 – 2011 Davenport Provincial Election coverage

 

The Bloordale Press covers the 2011 Davenport Provincial election, outlining the race between NDP candidate, Jonah Schein and Liberal candidate, Cristina Martins.

Video by: Gurpreet Ghag and Justin Millerson

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Bloordale, meet your MPP candidates

Please click on the photos below to see the candidates’ profiles. Also, don’t forget to see the riding profile.

Jonah Schein, NDP

Cristina Martins, Liberal

Frank de Jong, Green

Kirk Russell, PC

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Corrections for September, 2011

If you received a hard-copy of the Bloordale Press’ September 2011 issue, please be informed of the following misprints:

page 5) Councillor Ana  Bailão’s letter was reprinted from the last issue. For those of you who did not see it last month, then please do read it and for those looking for the councillor’s most recent letter, you can click here.

page 6) On the banner on page 6, the date for the provincial election reads ‘October 6, 2012,’ where it should read 2011. Please ignore the banner and vote next month.

We at the Bloordale Press apologize for any confusion  or inconvenience cause by these misprints and thank you for checking back.

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