September Edition – Parliament Street News

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I think it every edition and but I mean it this time. This is one of the best issues ever. 

Thanks to all of our advertisers. They are committed to maintaining their visibility in the community. We appreciate the support, and it allows us to keep publishing and delivering via Canada Post to over 2500 houses and another 500 delivered strategically throughout the area. 

Out contributors have outdone themselves once again. We have everything from politics to Safe injection sites to astrology, F1, art style and so much more. Be sure to find and share the stories you like online. Social sharing helps the Paper and the advertisers, and the contributors. 

A special thank you to an anonymous contribution from a Safe Injection Site worker. This article is more than an article, and while we generally can’t take contributions this long, I felt it was essential for the Paper to do so. Not just for you and I reading it but also for the author who contributed it. 

There are two more editions in 2021. The next deadline will be mid-October and then mid-November. 

Pete Lovering 

Publisher, PSN aka Parliament Street News

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