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Moments in C S Bulletin History #375 August 1, 2008

Bulletin 375 August 1, 2008:

Wish List

Hello Bulletin Readers, This issue we have a request for a portable CD player – discman type thing, no need for headphones, just the player is great. Someone else is looking for a racing or mountain bike, so he can become a bicycle courier.
We have donations of a microwave, a Lexmark x1190 printer, a double bed with box springs and a wooden headboard & frame, a rice cooker, some pots and pans that are in pretty good shape and a blender this issue.
Call the centre if you are interested in any of these items.

 

What does this mean for the Bulletin in 2018?

The Bulletin a was set up to reach a smaller local readership before computers or the internet. The Wishlist was created before Facebook, instant messenger, Craigslist and widespread cellphones. Now there is a local downtown Toronto community that lets people trade and wish for items //bunz.com/

The Bulletin is now focusing on resources and topics that reach the broader service user community. We want to connect you with the information you need to understand and control your health decisions and to inform the community.

That does not mean that we don’t have wishes (Chocolate, trophies, housing).

Large table with beautifully decorated donuts

Source: //www.pexels.com/photo/donuts-and-bagel-display-205961/

What kind of information and resources do you wish for?

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Image of Parkdale Organizers outside the Toronto Food Terminal holding umbrellas in the rain. Signs read Parkdale Fights Back

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What should we include in the Food Issue?

Food Access, Advocacy, Fun

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