Published every Tuesday
Paid Circulation: 1,326

Format: Tabloid
Page Size: 10.5" x 13.88”
Image Area: 9.457" x 12.64”


MURRAY ELLIOTT | 403-556-7510
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SIMON DUCATEL | 403-638-3577
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KARLA STILBORN | 403-638-3577
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Local Office Address
103 2nd St. NW, Box 599, Sundre
AB TOM 1XO Canada
Phone: 403-638-3577 | Fax: 403-638-3077
Map: Google Map
Flyer Shipping Address
340 Carleton Drive St. Albert
AB T8N 7L3 Canada
Phone: 780-460-5500 | Fax: 780-460-8220
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The Sundre Round Up targets its readership like no other media in the area.
Because it is a paid circulation weekly newspaper, we know who our readers are and what they are interested in reading. They want hyper-local news about their community, features on their neighbours and coverage of community events and organizations that they are a part of. They want all Sundre, all the time and that’s exactly what we give them in the Sundre Round Up week after week. The town is 40 kilometres (25 miles) west of Olds, 130 kilometres (80 miles) northwest of Calgary and 100 kilometres (62 miles) southwest of Red Deer. Sundre is a service hub for forestry operations, oil and gas and of course, agriculture.

Situated at the base of the glorious Rocky Mountain foothills, 2,729 residents are proud to call Sundre their home. Residents are provided with the advantages of continual, progressive development, while enjoying the relaxation afforded by small-town living. The municipality is considering bringing in broadband fibre optics into the town which is expected to boost economic activity. In this region, it is the gateway to the Rockies which attracts many tourists. Readers of the Sundre Round Up also take advantage of their big backyard which includes the Bow Crow Forest Reserve -- a haven for recreationalists and camera buffs. It is here that the Forestry Trunk Road connects tourists to a wealth of experiences and adventures involving pristine lakes, tumbling waterfalls and abundant wildlife.

Readers look to the Sundre Round Up to find out changes going on in this recreation area as well as provincial decisions being made that could affect their use of it. The area is home to the internationally-known “wild” horses of Alberta and the Round Up features them regularly, updating readers on their current state. Our focus is on keeping readers up to date on the news, events and decisions being made in their community that affect them. Through the use of our website, Twitter and Facebook accounts, we extend coverage past the traditional print edition for timely updates.

We also connect readers to the past through a regular feature that reprints excerpts from historical editions of the Sundre Round Up. Established in 1960, the Sundre Round Up has been a historical record of the community for decades. Check us out for all things Sundre!



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