The Standard (St.Catharines)
The Standard is a major newspaper that is distributed daily in the city of Ontario, Canada. This means of communication, considerably rooted in local history, strives to be collaborative and dynamic in the service of the community. Its news is local, as well as national and international, contains sports, fun and lifestyle information. He is permanently awarded the Ontario Newspaper Awards for having one of the best publications, thanks to the commitment he guides every day.
Accuracy is the most notorious fulfillment it has towards its readers, in each one of its publications it is in charge of verifying the news before being published. It is the most prominent in promoting ethnicity, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, socioeconomic status and physical/mental ability.
The Standard was founded in 1891 by WB Burgoyne, since its inception it has been the medium of communication with the largest periodical circulation that dominates written information about events present in Niagara. Of course the beginning was a bit hard to maintain, however, as he was well received he continued in his work.
The Standard was later acquired by the Canadian-owned newspaper dealership, news gathering and internet operations, Southam Newspapers, also known as Postmedia Network or Postmedia. It was soon sold to Canwest Global Communications, a major Canadian-owned company in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
In the years Osprey Media, obtained the contract of publisher for several years, until June 1, 2007, when they participate that Quebecor, another society of communications in Montreal, would acquire the corporation and its rotary for $ 355.5 million.
In 2015, Quebecor sold the company it had already owned, Postmedia, which by November 27, 2017, concludes the sale of the newspaper and becomes Torstar’s newspaper. It is currently published by Metroland Media Group, a major market company with considerable capacity.
This company has been in charge of improving the newspaper in many aspects. It maintains 75% of its newspapers independently, created a trusted source in the community, and offers print advertising services to more than 50 different sites. It also creates consumer shows, helps small businesses and offers paid, trial or other subscription to products.
In the online subscription service The Standard offers three different packages, two of them in printed form and the third online version. They have permanent discounts, delivery service for the printed version and online help service for the online version.
- Package 1: Package number one offers Monday through Saturday service with delivery every morning for as little as $4.81 per week.
- Package 2: Package number two offers Thursday, Friday and Saturday service with delivery every morning for as little as $3.25 per week.
- Package 3: while package number three offers 6-day service with online access for as little as $5.99 per month.
To unsubscribe you can call us at 1-800-268-92xx or send an email to thestar.ca. After due process the termination of paid services will be administered by the adaptive subscription terms.