The Picton Gazette is the oldest continuously published independent community newspaper in Canada, established in 1830. Now owned and published by Jean Morrison, this popular community newspaper circulated to every household in Prince Edward County features the largest and most responsive classified and real estate sections in the County, making the Gazette the paper of record. Well known for featuring local news, sports and featuring the community and its culture, the paper's content is gathered by three full-time reporters and the production work is done by its staff based in Napanee.
The Picton Gazette advertising sales staff sells display advertising in the paper and can arrange insert printing and distribution in the County, in their sister paper The Napanee Beaver (circulation 15,752) or in any of the 23 EMC/Metroland community newspapers from Brighton to Ottawa, capturing approximately 500,000 households. Located at 267 Main St. in Picton, you can tap into the many and varied resources of The Picton Gazette by calling 613-476-3201 or going to the website at www.pictongazette.com.
Information Last Updated: Wednesday November 20, 2019