Where to Pick Up + Read The Bulletin
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, many Bulletin distribution locations are closed, however The Bulletin is still available at a number of locations are Metro Vancouver. We have also published the April issue online for everyone to make it more widely available. To access the online issue, please visit issuu.com/bulletin.geppo. We hope to continue sharing information with our community during these uncertain times.
Bulletin Pickup Locations
Sakuraya Japanese Supermarket
All Fujiya stores except downtown location (temporarily closed)
Whole Foods on Cambie
Konbiniya on Robson Street
Granville Island Public Market, far west section magazine rack (temporarily unavailable)
Izumiya in Richmond
Famous Foods on Kingsway
Robson Public Market (temporarily unavailable)
Il Mercado on Commercial Drive
Tonari Gumi (call first)
H-Mart on Davie at Seymour
Mikado, 701 East Hastings (open by appointment)
People’s Co-op Bookstore, 1391 Commercial Drive
Japanese Consulate, 900-1177 West Hastings Street
H-Mart, Seymour at Robson
Fairmont Market, Main at 26th
Yama Cafe, 2007 East Hastings
Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre, 6688 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby (side entrance)
Tama Organics, 2828 East Hastings
Dosanko Restaurant, 566 Powell Street
Union Market, 810 Union Street
Legacy Liquor Store in Olympic village
Utsuwa No Yakata, Aberdeen Mall, Richmond
Note regarding the safety of the print edition of The Bulletin
This publication was produced with care regarding transmission of the COVID-19 virus.
Web Express Printing & Mailing is the proud printer of over 100 newspapers and magazines. Publishers facing this crisis need to keep their communities together. Web Express is committed to help them do that by continuing to print your community newspapers. The papers you read and depend on will be there for you for as long as possible.
Web Express is also committed to providing safety for employees, publishers and their readers to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We have undertaken numerous disinfecting measures like crew separation and equipment wipe down. We have also limited entry from delivery people and customers to increase social distance. Currently we understand the virus is NOT easily passed on paper (according to the World Health Organization spokesperson on CNBC they have not issued a warning regarding the passing of the virus on paper). BUT to reassure readers, the manufacturing process requires VERY LITTLE TOUCH from our staff.
– Web Express Printing & Mailing