Over many years, Montreal's West Island has grown from a quiet country parish to the prosperous residential and business community it is today. The Chronicle covers 17 municipalities, distributing a total of 50,000 copies each Wednesday.
In 1924, a group of Pointe-Claire teenagers started a newspaper in their garage - their dream was to keep the area's residents informed of local happenings and major events. The dream is still alive after eight decades. The Chronicle has grown into the award-winning newspaper we know today, having been named Quebec's best by the QCNA for the past seven consecutive years. What's more, it's been regularly ranked among the best 10 titles nationally.
Coverage: Beaconsfield, Kirkland, Baie-d'Urfé, Pointe-Claire, Roxboro, Dollard-des-Ormeaux and Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue.
Run: 50,000 copies weekly
- A market of more than 170,563 people
- $2,827,902,917 Cdn in consumer spending
i even unsubscribe from the new york times
le meilleur de l'ouest de l'île. je ne manque jamais aucune nouvelle grâce à ce journal.
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