Brunswick News has a proud history, successful present and bright future. As one of Atlantic Canada's most dynamic media groups, Brunswick News serves up a comprehensive package of news and information to readers throughout New Brunswick each day. Our ever growing network of media outlets includes New Brunswick's daily newspapers, over a dozen weekly newspapers, flyer distribution services, magazines, commercial printing operations and New Brunswick's most popular online news and entertainment properties. Brunswick News offers unmatched advertising effectiveness and limitless marketing solutions for large and small advertisers alike.
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KV Style | Kings County Record | The International Money Saver | The Post Gazette | [Here] Magazine | Bugle - Observer | New Brunswick Business Journal | L'étoile | Miramichi Leader | The Northern Light | The Tribute | Le Madawaska | The Victoria Star | York County Connection | Victoria Advertiser | Wheels | This Week
"Founded in 1862, The Telegraph-Journal is New Brunswick's provincial newspaper - and also serves as the community newspaper for Saint John. The Telegraph-Journal is the forum for all New Brunswickers to discuss, understand, and debate the big issues. The goal of the newspaper is to enlarge the debate, find consensus - and drive the vision of the province. In short, our mission is to make New Brunswick better informed. Saint John, the province's oldest and largest city, is home to many of the regions largest corporations, and is poised to become the industrial engine for the province. As such, Saint John is a logical home for the provincial newspaper. Each day, the interests of the greater Saint John community and the province are balanced within our pages. The Telegraph-Journal is about big ideas - for the province, for Saint John, and for your business."
"The Times & Transcript began as the Moncton Weekly Times in 1868. Ever since, the Weekly Times and the Moncton Daily Transcript (founded 1882) have served as the voice of southeastern New Brunswick. The papers merged as The Times & Transcript in 1983 to form a dynamic media company dedicated to the future of the region. Committed to community reporting, The Times & Transcript works to develop close relationships with readers, advertisers, and the local cultural, governmental, non-profit, service and business communities. We build on those relationships to fulfill our commitment to enhancing the future of southeastern New Brunswick."
"Since 1881 The Daily Gleaner has been the capital region's premiere source for news. Community-focused and reader-driven, The Daily Gleaner is the voice of the St. John River Valley's diverse and vibrant rural and urban communities. From covering the provincial legislature to documenting the capital's trendy arts and culture scene, The Daily Gleaner also has its fingers on the pulse of the region's booming education, health, retail and high-tech sectors. Our goal is to be a reflection of the community we serve, and to drive the debate toward a more prosperous future for our region."
"Launched in 2005, KV Style is the sole weekly community newspaper serving the Kennebecasis Valley and Hampton region of Southern New Brunswick. Located minutes from the city of Saint John, these fastgrowing communities form a very strong buying market highlighted by an above-average household income for the region."
"Started in 1887, the Kings County Record is the trusted source for community news for areas such as Sussex, Hampton, Norton, Apohaqui, Belleisle and all of the hidden gems in between. Since the beginning, more than 120 years ago, the Kings County Record has proudly served as the voice of the community - keeping residents near and far up to date on the news and issues important to them."
"Since 1984 The International Money Saver has been a free classified publication to loyal readers all across Charlotte, York, Sunbury Counties & Washington County, Maine. The Money Saver is the source for commercial businesses to advertise and reach over 30,000 readers, and features the very popular St. Stephen weekly Court Report along with other special sections."
"Since 1971 the Oromocto Post Gazette has served readers in the Oromocto and surrounding communities. The amalgamation of community-focused Oromocto Post and The Gazette, a military-based content publication produced at CFB Gagetown over a decade ago, created a weekly publication which celebrates the characteristics unique to military families who call this area home. The only publication in Canada which is generated for a largely military community but is not created by the military, the Oromocto Post Gazette routinely blends local event coverage with in-depth reports and images of the latest military training and operations. Not all of our readers receive the Oromocto Post Gazette on their door steps. Soldiers serving Canada on deployment appreciate that the Oromocto Post Gazette arrives around the world as a tangible piece of home to help them stay connected with the issues and events that family members waiting here for them are interested in, attending and taking part in. Our goal is to continue to foster this connection, to celebrate the diversity and unique challenges that face the families within these communities we serve."
"Since 2000, HERE Magazine has strived to reflect New Brunswick's urban voice for the socially engaged. We stress both the fact it is aimed at urban audiences and it is an alternative from other daily and community papers. HERE has its finger on the pulse of the arts and entertainment within NB. From festivals and events to local bands and restaurant openings, HERE Magazine is the ultimate guide for planning your social calendar. HERE is sophisticated, both in content and design, as the paper does not talk down to its reader, but engages them with its edgy sense of style."
"The Bugle-Observer is a twice-weekly newspaper that has served Carleton County, parts of York and Victoria County for over 100 years. In 2010, the Bugle-Observer won the prestigious designation of best overall newspaper in its class by both the Canadian Community Newspaper Association and the Atlantic Community Newspaper Association. Our staff prides itself on delivering high quality news and information of importance to local readers. Each week, almost 30,000 households turn to our products for information, local events and promotions."
The New Brunswick Business Journal gives readers throughout the province access to local business news, stories, features and information. With its high market penetration it stands out in its market as the exclusive business news source. Each issue features the exclusive work from journalists around the province. This bilingual monthly publication is distributed to over 100,000 readers in New Brunswick free of charge. The New Brunswick Business Journal provides clients with innovative advertising and editorial opportunities that will keep your name in front of the readers of New Brunswick. With its reach it will compliment your marketing plan and impact your image.
"L'Étoile provides readers with magazine style in-depth coverage of news and events that reflect the daily lives and values of the French communities on a weekly basis. With eight regional editions and a common provincial section, L'Étoile is the first French newspaper in New Brunswick's history to offer full coverage in all francophone regions of the province. L'Étoile is the "Voice of the French New Brunswick" reaching the French communities in the greater regions of Grands Falls, Edmunston, Restigouche, Chaleur, Peninsula, Kent County, Shediac and Dieppe. With a dedicated team of twenty reporters producing the eight regional editions and the common provincial section, l'Étoile has developed deep roots within all the communities it reaches. Each edition offers readers with news, opinion, business, culture and sports as anchored themes while bringing a varied array of regular columnists. The first L'Étoile was launched 12 years ago in Southeastern New Brunswick, the brand was later extended in 2009 to incorporate all of the Brunswick News free French weekly newspapers of the province."
"The Miramichi Leader has a proud history dating back to 1906. Through 2 world wars, booms and busts in the economy to becoming New Brunswick's newest City, we have been champions of our citizens. We are 100% local and we are read!"
"Started all the way back in 1913, The Northern Light continues to be the primary source of local news for Bathurst and the Chaleur region. For the past 97 years, our weekly newspaper has maintained the goal of being a true voice for the community while covering issues of concern to this area of Northeast New Brunswick. In fact, the name of The Northern Light is synonymous with news in the greater Bathurst region. With a staff of award-winning journalists, The Northern Light focuses on everything from municipal affairs, to the business sector, to sports, to what's happening on the local arts and entertainment scene. Yesterday, today and tomorrow, our mandate remains unchanged - to reflect what's happening in the community at large, to write about the people who live and work here, and report and interpret the news that matters to them."
"The Tribune has served the people of Restigouche County since 1905 when it was founded by C. S. O. Crocket, brother of James Crocket, who founded the Fredericton Daily Gleaner. Since its founding, The Tribune has focused its coverage on local communities and has been a fearless advocate on their behalf. This has been and continues to be its strength. It has local roots, which were broadened when it merged with The Campbellton Graphic and The Dalhousie News to regions of Restigouche NB and QC better serving our distinct demographic of a true bilingual region."
"First published in 1913, Le Madawaska is regarded as one of the steeples of the Madawaska-Victoria region of New Brunswick. Covering the regions of Saint-François, Lac Baker, Baker Brook, Saint-Jacques, Madawaska, Edmundston, Saint-Basile, Rivière-Verte, Saint-Léonard and beyond, the paper is rich in history and deeply imbedded in the fabric of the local community. Le Madawaska brings to its readers news about the multiple French communities of the region with quality journalism and engaging columnists. Also known as the "panhandle" of New Brunswick, the Madawaska- Victoria region is marked with dramatic landscapes and it is the site where the St. John River and the Madawaska Rivers meet."
"The Victoria Star is a young, dynamic regional newspaper born out of two well-established news organizations with more than 75 years service to Victoria County readers. Since 2003 the Victoria Star has been the premier English-language source for community news. The Victoria Star covers breaking news, community events, sports, schools and lifestyle activities in Perth-Andover, Plaster Rock and the Grand Falls regions. Our goal is to be a reflection of the diverse communities we serve, and to drive the debate towards a vibrant and prosperous future in the region."
The York County Connection is a full announcements package for the residents of York County, delivered twice a month.
The Victoria Advertiser is Victoria County's a twice monthly source for news and announcements.
"Wheels is New Brunswick's auto section. Published every Saturday, Wheels is distributed as a companion publication to the Telegraph-Journal, Times & Transcript and The Daily Gleaner. Wheels features a full news package focused on the automotive industry. New vehicle previews, reviews, performance tests, rumors, classic cars, great deals and much more can be found in Wheels each week."
This Week is published every Saturday in two editions, Moncton and Riverview. Both editions focus strongly on local people, local news and community events in the City of Moncton and Town of Riverview. This Week catches the stories that matter most to its readers as well as profiling children, seniors, business people, teachers and many more - we strive to introduce you to your neighbours!