Advertise With Whitewater News

Many of you have asked how you can help with the paper. The best way is to advertise. As a publisher, I have committed to our editor 45 hr/month. That is not sufficient hours to produce the quality product Connie is producing for us. She is volunteering the remaining hours.

Our goal is produce a quality paper that connects all of us in Whitewater Region. You can help by taking an ad. Along with Connie, I am a volunteer too!

To make the process simple there are two types of ads at this point.

  1. Online Banner Ads Shown on every page
    • Cost $35 / week and every additional week $25/week
    • Ad Size 250pixels(w)X300(h)pixels in JPG, PNG or GIF
  2. Hard Copy Only
    • Cost $20 / week
    • average of 150 copies sold each week
  3. Online and hard copy
    • Cost $45 / week
  4. Announcement Ads shown only single section
    • Cost $10 / week
    • Story Title (limit 255 chars)
    • Story Description (limit 255 chars)
    • Unlimited Announcement Text
    • One Image: 500 pixels wide in JPG
  5. Obituaries and Thank you's are Free
If you need help laying out the message, just send it to me (advertise@whitewaternews.ca). It doesn't have to be an ad. It can simply be a birthday message or just a note saying you want to support our local paper.

Thank you for your continued support,
Joe Kowalski

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Hands Across the Water

Sunday, Nov 5th was transformational for the Ottawa Valley. Our Pontiac neighbors across the river elected Jane Toller as their new Warden and Martin Bertrand as councillor on Grand Calumet Island. For the past 30 years I have tried, without success, to forge a tourism strategy encompassing both sides of the river. Now, that will happen. This election will have a huge impact to both sides of the river.

It is now time for our Council to deliver on their promise of a Development Committee for Whitewater Region. If Council is waiting for the right time, IT IS NOW!
Joe

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Obituaries

Obituary: Essie Scott
Wake is Friday, Funeral is Saturday, in CobdenRead More...
Obituary of Susan Lessard
Wake is today, Memorial Mass Friday in WestmeathRead More...
Obituary: Owen Enright
In Memorial donations to Hospice Renfrew or Holy Well Cemetery would be appreciated.Read More...

Special Interest

Letter to the Editor
High praise for Conservative nominee Michael Coates by Donald E. Broome, CobdenRead More...
Pickle Ball is Here to Stay
Bob's Meanderings by Bob GryllsRead More...

Photos

Four generations meet at Christmas
From two months old to 90 years old, four generations get together at Christmas.Read More...
Hello and good bye
New librarian and former librarian are main guests at a meet and greet during library hours on Jan. 20 in Beachburg.Read More...
Donation just in time for Christmas to First Step Options
Right to Life makes a donation of diapers and formula.Read More...

Community

Melissa Bishop needs your votes
People have until Jan. 24 to vote for Melissa Bishop as Female Athlete of the Year.Read More...
Cheryl and Mike battling it out to be Conservative candidate for next federal election
Cheryl Gallant, with husband Jamie behind her, walks to the front of the Cobden Agricultural Hall during her annual levee on Sunday, Jan. 14. She is a candidate in the R-N-P riding to remain the candidate in the next federal election.Read More...
Muskrats are silver medallists at International Silver Stick tournament
Young hockey players enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as a team while competing in an international hockey tournament.Read More...

Council

Whitewater Region Mayor pleased with the past year, looking forward to the future
Whitewater Region Mayor Hal Johnson, right, enjoys talking to people whenever he is out and about. He is pleased with his council and staff's accomplishments over the past year.Read More...
Whitewater Region council approves 1.5 percent levy increase to 2018 budget
Several pieces of equipment to be replaced, including fire trucks,plow truck and backhoe.Read More...
Questions and answers during pubic meeting for 2018 Whitewater Region budget
Listening to Chief Administrative Officer Robert Tremblay talking about the 2018 budget are, from left, Mickey and Nell Rooney, Calvin Ciphery, physical services manager Janet Collins, Donna Burns (not seen) and Wayne Heubner.Read More...