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bp, the healthy living magazine for those with bipolar

Each season, bp Canada delivers a powerful editorial package to its readers.

bp contains in-depth features on personalities, articles on cutting-edge issues, and down-to-earth coping suggestions. Our readers enjoy stories about people who are living full and rich lives.

The articles in bp are honest, accurate, and interesting, bringing not only information, but a message of hope and harmony to those with bipolar.

Launched in the United States in 2004, bp has been met with enthusiastic praise from consumers and the media alike. Letters saying, "Thank you soooo much for putting out a magazine like this..." and "I read with incredible joy your magazine cover to cover..." fill bp's mailbox. bp Canada will maintain the same high quality and enthusiasm, while emphasizing issues important to the Canadian consumer.

We look forward to hearing from you, too!
 

HA

Member
bp Canada
bp, the healthy living magazine for those with bipolar

Each season, bp Canada delivers a powerful editorial package to its readers.

bp contains in-depth features on personalities, articles on cutting-edge issues, and down-to-earth coping suggestions. Our readers enjoy stories about people who are living full and rich lives.

The articles in bp are honest, accurate, and interesting, bringing not only information, but a message of hope and harmony to those with bipolar.

Launched in the United States in 2004, bp has been met with enthusiastic praise from consumers and the media alike. Letters saying, "Thank you soooo much for putting out a magazine like this..." and "I read with incredible joy your magazine cover to cover..." fill bp's mailbox. bp Canada will maintain the same high quality and enthusiasm, while emphasizing issues important to the Canadian consumer.

We look forward to hearing from you, too!
 

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