Brock Citizen

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Brock Citizen
Type Weekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Metroland Publishing
Publisher Peter Bishop
Editor Lois Tuffin
Founded 1996

3D Cameron St. East Cannington, ON

Canada Canada
Circulation 5,600

The Brock Citizen is a weekly, community newspaper in Cannington, Ontario, Canada, that was established in 1996 combining the Beaverton Express, the Cannington Gleamer and Sunderland Sun newspapers. It is one of three newspapers in the Kawartha Division of Metroland Publishing, a company that owns newspapers across Ontario. Ownership of the Citizen has changed hands over the years. Most recently, it was purchased along with then owner, Citizens Communication Group, in 2000 by Metroland Publishing.

The Brock Citizen has a circulation reaching 5,600 homes. The current publisher is Peter Bishop, and the editor-in-chief is Lois Tuffin.

The Citizen prides itself in being 'The Voice of Brock Township', serving Beaverton, Cannington and Sunderland and surrounding area. While the paper is delivered on Thursdays, any breaking news is posted any day on

Old issues of the Brock Citizen ranging from 1996-2000 are available at the Cannington Public Library.[1] Some issues are available on Microfilm as well.

Sales managers[edit]

  • Mary Babcock - general manager and advertising director

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Brock Historical Societies Archived June 26, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.

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