Cornwall Standard- Freeholder
It is the established name to the printing company established in the city of Cornwall, which is located in the area of Ontario.
For many years, its circulation has been on a daily basis. Therefore, its existence, in this city, has been rewarded, establishing itself as the newspaper of greater circulation, in the zone pertaining to the localities of Montreal, Ottawa and Kingston.
All its publications are the property of Postmedia. This Canadian company is dedicated to the publication of newspapers, as well as the control of their web articles.
History of Cornwall Standard- Freeholder
The Standard-Freeholder is a newspaper, which makes its publications in the city of Cornwall, in addition to the counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. Cornwall Standard-Freeholder is also considered one of Canada’s oldest newspapers.
The current newspaper had its beginnings, through the creation of two publications:
- Freeholder, which was founded by Ontario’s prime minister, John Sandfield Macdonald, in 1846.
- The Standard, founded in 1886
The two newspapers merged in 1932, and their first issue was published on April 30 of the same year. The Standard-Freeholder became an official newspaper on 1 April 1941.
The Standard-Freeholder currently publishes its printed editions between Mondays and Saturdays, with the exception of legal holidays. In addition, a complementary edition is established, which is printed and distributed on Thursdays, which is intended for those who do not enjoy their subscription.
Current Cornwall Standard- Freeholder Publications
The Standard-Freeholder remains the only newspaper in the triangle between Brockville, Ottawa and Montreal to this day.
In 2006, the Standard-Freeholder was nominated for the first time for a National Newspaper Award, thanks to the great recognition it received from a series of articles, which were published the day after the announcement that the employer, considered to be the oldest and most prominent in the city, who corresponds to Domtar Fine Papers Inc., would close its paper factory.
In November 2018, the Standard-Freeholder, along with other newspapers belonging to the Postmedia chain, had its Monday edition, reducing it to five editions per week instead of six.
Address of the Cornwall publishing house Standard- Freeholder
- The general direction of the publishing house is in charge of Hugo Rodrigues.
- The reporters in charge are Alan S. Hale, Todd Hambleton and Lois Ann Baker.
Cornwall Standard- Freeholder website
Like many publishers, this newspaper has its own web portal. On this platform, you will find the most important news, which have been produced at the local, provincial and global levels.
Its structure is given by 5 categories:
- What’s new
In turn, these categories are subdivided, depending on the topics covered by each of them.
In addition to this, their legal requirements are specified, specifying their licenses and publication permissions.
Remember that you must be registered to Access all the magazines on the web
In the same way, they promote their social networks, such as their Facebook page and Twitter, where news is given more quickly, which is supplemented by the opinions of users, who are responsible for sharing it, and correcting it, if there is any error in the wording of the news.
Users ensure that their website has accurate and confirmed news, thanks to the security and professionalism of the editors, who ensure that the articles are written effectively and objectively.