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Company:
Recorder and Times
Website:
Location:
  • 2479A Parkedale Ave
  • BROCKVILLE, ON
  • K6V3H2

Contact Information

Telephone:
613-342-4441
Alternate Telephone:
800-267-4434
Fax:
613-342-4456
Email:
jeff.lawson@sunmedia.ca
Markets:
United States
Number of Employees:
101-500
Year Established:
1821-01-01
Industries Classification:
511110  Newspaper Publishers
Total Sales ($CDN):
$5,000,000 to $9,999,999
Updated on:
2014-01-03,  Industry Canada
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Recorder and Times

Company Profile

The Recorder and Times is an independent daily newspaper, one of only 9 left in Canada. We publish as an evening paper, six days a week. We do not publish Sunday. Our circulation is 15,000 except for Friday, when our TV Travel Times is included, along with a real estate section, and for this day an additional 1400 copies are sold. The newspaper began as a weekly in 1821, making it one of the oldest continuing publications in the country, and we have been daily since November 10, 1873. In addition to The Recorder and Times, we are also Brockville's largest Internet Service Provider, with 3,300 subscribers, and all modems are modern 56k US Robotics, providing our dial up customers with the fastest transmission speed available over phone lines. Our business also encompasses telephone directories (one for Brockville and 12 other communities; the other for Dundas County); Vacation Guide\magazines, calendars, Safe Community Handbooks, and several other specialty products. In 1990, Arthur Anderson & Co., in conjunction with Canadian Business Magazine, chose us as one of the 50 best managed privately owned companies in Canada. Already in the fifth generation of the same family, our involvement began in 1894 when George P. Graham, who was appointed a Senator later in life, became the company's managing director. He was the great grandfather of the current president, Hunter S. Grant and the current Editor-in-Chief, Perry Beverley. Three great great grandchildren of the Senator currently work at the newspaper, and transition plans are in place to ensure that The Recorder and Times can remain one of the rare independent voices in the daily newspaper business.

Products/Services

  • NEWSPAPERS, COMPLETE COPIES, UNBOUND
  • BOOKS, TELEPHONE DIRECTORIES, ENGLISH ONLY
  • TOURIST LITERATURE, ADVERTISING, PRINTED

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