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East Gwillimbury's Bulletin Magazine has is delivered 10 times per year to the mailboxes of residents and business owners in East Gwillimbury FREE OF CHARGE. Each Bulletin edition is also available to read or download in pdf format from this website (including 70 back issues)! Thanks for spending some of your leisure time reading The Bulletin.

- Blair Matthews, Publisher

Circulation: 13,000 copies

Mailed via Canada Post's unaddressed admail to every household and business in Holland Landing, Sharon, Queensville, Holt, and Mount Albert.

THE PEOPLE OF EAST GWILLIMBURY

April 2018

DECADES OF TALES FROM THE BARBERSHOP

Stepping into Paul Kiriaku's garage-turned-barber shop is a little like visiting a bygone era. Pictures of famous people and newspaper articles adorn the walls of this 78-year-old's work space. Every hair stylist's most valuable tools are within a hand's reach. As a barber, he's trimmed a lot of sideburns, shaved a lot of faces, pampered a lot of clients, and cut more hair than you can imagine over the past 60 years.

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June 2020

He's Got THE BLUES...

Sharon resident Wayne Catania has performed around the world, keeping blues music alive as 'Jake Blues' in the official 'Blues Brothers Revue' show. He's also got an amazing new Blues Brothers coffee brand brewing!

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September 2020

HERB SAMME EMBARKED ON THE ULTIMATE JOURNEY

Proud father and Local EG resident Herb Samme went to war to finish his late son LCpl Eric A. Palmisano's tour in Iraq. He came home forever changed by the experience.

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June 2020

He's Got THE BLUES...

Sharon resident Wayne Catania has performed around the world, keeping blues music alive as 'Jake Blues' in the official 'Blues Brothers Revue' show. He's also got an amazing new Blues Brothers coffee brand brewing!

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November 2018

WWII veteran gives a unique perspective on remembrance day

Mount Albert resident Jim Parks has seen  more in his 94 years than most. The Great Depression; battles in countries half way around the world; and in the end, resolution and peace.

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March 2017

The making of a HUMANITARIAN champion

Whipper Billy Watson found international fame as a professional wrestler in the 1950s, but it was a serious accident outside of the ring that altered his path and motivated him to become an incredible local humanitarian and an ambassador for children with disabilities.

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March 2017

The Life & Times oF

 East Gwillimbury Legend John Candy

If there was ever a man whose personality was larger than life, actor John Candy was it. In the 1980s, the Candy family put down roots in Queensville. In March 2017, we chatted with John's daughter Jennifer.

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COMMUNITY CIRCLES

vicki pinkerton writes about all things "community"

We inherited Vicki when we took over the Bulletin in 2014 and what a great asset to the magazine she has been (and continues to be)!

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THE WAY WE WERE

ALLAN MCGILLIVRAY is our resident historian

Allan joined us in 2015 and he's been with us ever since. He's a walking encylopedia of local EG history - a storyteller of epic proportions.

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IN EAST GWILLIMBURY, WE SPELL 'COMMUNITY' WITH A 'B'

blair matthews finds 'community' in unique places

Community means different things to different people. Blair writes about what Community means to him - sometimes with hilarious results.

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THE WAY WE WERE

ALLAN MCGILLIVRAY is our resident historian

Allan joined us in 2015 and he's been with us ever since. He's a walking encylopedia of local EG history - a storyteller of epic proportions.

read more

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