2021 PSN Content Schedule

psn-sample coverIt is our 11th year and we are taking it to the PSN to the next level. Our new “city Style” saddle-stitched magazine is going to be great. It affords some extra advertising opportunities and greater flexibility of ads and room for growth.

 

 

On top of the redesign, we are also going to full Canada Post Delivery which will provide the advertiser with the confidence that we are targeting the people you want to reach. Remember that our Quater Page ads have always been less expensive than designing, printing and delivering flyers and now we are doing it via Canada Post.

 

 

We have received great feedback from our from advertisers, and we are looking for more! One key feature we are adding is a classified section for some of the local trades & services interested in getting in front of their target market.

 

 

The 2021 schedule is as follows:

  • March Issue Deadline Friday, March 12th
  • May Issue Deadline – Friday, May 14th
  • September Issue Deadline – Friday, Aug 20th Cabbagetown Festival Edition
  • October Issue Deadline- Friday, Oct 8th
  • Holiday Issue Deadline- Friday, Nov 12th

Contributors.

We welcome original content and encourage you to give a “shout out” to others. 200 to 300 words please and if you have something longer, please clear it with us so we can make room. All topics are welcome, and we are looking for columnists that might focus on certain verticles, including politics, style, design, architecture, food or anything else you might have a passion for. We will maintain our original editorial rule: “you can’t say anything bad about somebody else”; however, that should not prevent you from complaining or pointing out something worth changing!!!

 

We are looking forward to hearing from everybody. The goal, more than ever is to create a paper that is of interest to the community and service to our advertisers.

 

If you would like pricing for the upcoming year, please get in touch with me at 647-281-3417 or email loveringpeter@gmail.com

 

Here is to an awesome 2021!!

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