The Beacon Website has grown across Western Canada
Calgary Beacon has Grown across Western Canada
We have seen it happen in other industries – a new idea, fermenting, until finally it explodes.
What seemed like almost a hobby for Markham Hislop – has grown into an amazing publishing dynasty.
Markham started with the Calgary Beacon – an active community minded online newspaper that reached over 100,000 monthly viewers.
The beacon website now reaches 25 cities all over western Canada.
The Calgary Beacon serves the city of Calgary and surrounding area. The Calgary Beacon’s focus is community and local news, news that slips under the radar of the other media. ...
The City of Calgary is moving towards eGovernment, making more services and information available online. To accommodate this, the City has updated its website, making it a search-based site which ...
By Tracy Blaine, Columnist Editor
My son starts Kindergarten on Friday. He's counting down the sleeps. I wish I could always approach life with the same passion and excitement as my ...
Albertans and visitors next year can reserve a campsite online at 59 provincial campgrounds as eight new campgrounds and 71 group camping sites are added to the reservation website.
Starting February ...
Troy Media - By Will Van’t Veld
The New Year clearly ushered in a substantial improvement in the provincial labour market and with it some steep declines in the number of ...
With Alberta’s new distracted driving legislation in full effect, the Canadian Automobile Association and the Alberta Motor Association have launched a website to educate Albertans about the dangers of distracted ...
The ATB Financial Edmonton Comedy Festival will be holding its first annual event from October 19 to 23 featuring 22 stand-up comics and improv comedians, including Edmonton's Canadian Comedy Award ...
Troy Media - by Todd Hirsch
The economic news last week was, on the surface, unusually positive. Stock markets soared – especially on Tuesday. The Canadian dollar is edging closer to ...
New website makes City Hall more online accessible
The Beacon’s fall line-up
Province expands camping reservation website for 2012
Big drop in Alberta employment insurance rolls
New website launched to educate on the dangers
1st annual ATB Financial Edmonton Comedy Festival rolls
When good news is bad news in disguise
Jack Zenert is a marketing specialist working with Beacon News. Jack helps organizations to improve their communication with stakeholders. As a Marketing Advisor Jack works with key people to flush out the best marketing strategies that produce long term results.