Cape Breton Post
The Cape Breton Post is an English-language newspaper published in Sydney, Nova Scotia. It was founded in 2010, currently its editor-in-chief is Carl Fleming and is owned by Red SaltWire, its wide-sheet format pleases its regular readers.
In 2017 the Cape Breton Post passes into the hands of SaltWire Network, who are a new company belonging to the consortium The Chronicle Herald, its former owner Transcontinental released the reins of this regional newspaper without any trauma, the transition was naturally.
Cape Breton Island only has this printed media, its specialty is the news of local events extending its coverage to the counties of Inverness, Richmond and Victoria.
The Cape Breton Post web portal is a nice and fast site, its easy access engages users to continue browsing in all sections. It’s a complete diary that offers everything from climate news to opinion columns of the highest intellectual level.
The most visited sections of the website are the most read news, is a section that brings together the news that have more visits, forming a varied ranking that shows the interest of local citizens. The business and classifieds section dynamizes local markets, providing relevant information for the purchase and sale of goods of different types.
The web portal provides excellent photo reports on Hockey, the sport preferred by Nova Scotia’s citizens, so if you want to know the details of this sport. This newspaper is for you.
The Cape Breton Post offers you subscription plans with wonderful discounts you can’t miss. For as little as $4.90 a week for 3 months, you can get 6 days a week from the printed newspaper and unlimited access to the digital edition. You won’t find a similar offer on the market.
Currently there is an incredible offer, for the acquisition of the digital edition you only pay a cost of $1.15 per week and you will have unlimited access. The minimum contract is 3 months, you save more than 65%.
You have unlimited access to the virtual newspaper library, the total cost for the 3 months including the tax is $14.99.
Remember that you must be registered to Access all the magazines on the web
Subscribing to Cape Breton Post is very easy, you must enter your details and then make the payment, which can be done through credit cards or bank transfers. In a few clicks you will have the best weekly reports.
The Cape Breton Post is currently owned by the SaltWire publishing group, so the strategy for newsletters is precisely to select the area in which you are located and you will receive all the news you need to be informed. It is a free service that also allows you to enjoy news from other places.
Just enter your email address, first name, last name and postal code, then select the type of newsletter you wish to receive and you’re done. You’ll have the news in your email inbox.