Kimberley Daily Bulletin
|Headquarters||335 Spokane Street, Kimberley, British Columbia, Canada|
|Circulation||5,000 per day, together with Cranbrook Daily Townsman|
The Kimberley Daily Bulletin is the local daily newspaper of Kimberley, British Columbia, Canada. The Daily Bulletin, published Mondays through Fridays, bills itself as "Canada's smallest daily newspaper".
Don Kendall, a former executive at Black Press, purchased the Daily Bulletin and Cranbrook Daily Townsman in July 2010, as part of a larger deal that saw Glacier Media sell several of its British Columbia papers to Black. At the time, Kendall said Black "wasn't as interested in some titles – Cranbrook, Kimberley, Nelson, and Prince Rupert – but Glacier was only selling the papers as a block."
Although it also owns a competing weekly in Cranbrook, the Kootenay Advertiser, Black purchased the Daily Townsman and Daily Bulletin from Kendall a year later, promising that both the weekly and the dailies "will continue to run under their current business plan and we anticipate few changes".
- "Black Press Buys Cranbrook, Kimberley Dailies". The Morning Star. Vernon, B.C. July 22, 2011. Retrieved March 12, 2012.
- "Cranbrook Daily Townsman". BlackPress.ca. Retrieved March 12, 2012. It is owned by Victoria-based Black Press, the largest publisher of weekly newspapers in British Columbia.
- Coulter, Barry (July 7, 2010). "Townsman/Bulletin Under New Ownership". Cranbrook Daily Townsman. Retrieved March 12, 2012.
- Canadian Press (July 17, 2010). "Black Press Closes Two Daily Newspapers in B.C.". Toronto Star. Retrieved March 12, 2012.
- Kimberley Daily Bulletin – Official website.
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