Pulse Niagara

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Pulse Niagara
TypeWeekly newspaper
Owner(s)Dynasty Communication Inc
EditorRon Kilpatrick
Political alignmentCentre Left
HeadquartersSt. Catharines, Ontario, Canada

Pulse Niagara is an alternative weekly newspaper serving the Niagara Region in Ontario, Canada. Its offices are located in downtown St. Catharines, Ontario.

It is published by Dynasty Communication Inc of Hamilton, Ontario. Dynasty also publishes similar papers in Hamilton (View Magazine) and the Kitchener area (Echo Weekly).

Pulse Niagara is a weekly publication which served the Niagara region of Ontario. In 2010 it merged with Hamilton's View Magazine to serve both markets which are right beside each other.[1]


  • Publisher: Ron Kilpatrick
  • Editor in Chief: Jordy Yack
  • Editorial Assistant: Alexandra Bates
  • Advertising Sales Manager: Dayna Dubecki
  • Gaming Section: Christina Winterburn

Founded by Jenifer Cass in December 1986, PULSE NIAGARA emerged as the Niagara Region's premier voice of independent music. Editor David DeRocco penned the magazine's first feature, a 1986 article on homegrown band Honeymoon Suite. The magazine was sold to Dynasty in 1996.

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  1. ^ "Pulse Niagara - eNotes.com Reference". enotes.com. Retrieved 16 April 2012.