A brand-new edition of The Lowertown Echo | L'Écho de la Basse-Ville is being delivered to homes across our community. There were so many interesting stories this month that our community newspaper has grown from 12 to 16 pages! Click here to read it online, or here to access back issues on our website.
The Lowertown Echo | L'Écho de la Basse-Ville is a non-profit community newspaper. It is supported by its advertisers and the Lowertown Community Association. This month, 7,500 copies were printed and distributed free of charge to residents of Lowertown.
Additional copies can be picked up at the Routhier Centre, the Lowertown Community Resource Centre, the public library, and various commercial locations in Lowertown.
Thanks to the support of both longstanding and new advertisers, our community newspaper has taken two leaps forward this month.
For the first time, the February-March 2015 edition of The Lowertown Echo - L'Écho de la Basse-Ville includes four colour pages. Another first: it's being delivered by Canada Post. This allows us to reach all the residential addresses in Lowertown, including apartments and condos – a total of 7,100 homes. As usual, some copies will be available at select locations around Lowertown. You can also view it online.
The Echo is not a profit-generating paper so it offers some of the best advertising space for your money. Check our rate sheet or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written by Michelle Ramsay-Borg