When you need to know what Saskatchewan's weeklies are saying about
you and your business, or you need to track an issue, SWNA's monitoring
and clipping service will save you time and money. Just tell us what to
look for ? special events, articles on particular topics or areas of
interest - and we'll do the rest.
For a basic charge of $170
per week we'll scan our 81 member papers, and send you pdf files of articles as they appear in the
papers, $1.00 per pdf
Click here to contact us about clipping services.
Junior Citizen of the Year
The Junior Citizen of the Year award has honoured the youth of Saskatchewan for the past 39 years. The program is sponsored by The Saskatchewan Weekly ...
Press Release Service
There's no easier, quicker, more economical way to get your message
out to the editors of SWNA's 81 member newspapers than by using
our Press Release Service. Simply send us your news release and we'll
distribute it to all of our member papers.
Electronic posting in Word or text format $50. + GST
longer accept hard copy press releases.
Prepayment is required, we take Visa or Mastercard.
Please email your press release to firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Reading Program
TD Summer Reading Club is a free and inclusive bilingual program of
Canadian public libraries that strives to engage all children in the joy
of reading during the summer months. This program is developed by
Toronto Public Library in partnership with Library and Archives Canada,
and is made possible by generous sponsorship from TD Bank Group.
The club aims to:
connect families with books and public libraries
build children's confidence in and excitement about reading
help children retain reading skills over the summer
champion Canadian writers and illustrators
deliver free incentives and fun, accessible library activities
inspire a sense of adventure and wonder, nurture children's imaginations and celebrate their accomplishments
In 2005, the Saskatchewan Library Association joined the TD Summer Reading Club along with ten other provinces and territories.
Click here for more information