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TheSpec.com is an online portal based in Canada that covers the local print copy of The Hamilton Spectator. With a history that goes back as far as 1846, this is a very well established local paper with a loyal and appreciative readership. They publish 6 mornings a week and distribute to approximately 260,000 adults each of those days. This has also led to them having a massive Twitter following totalling circa 70.3k and TheSpec.com has monthly unique visitor rates that average around the 1 million mark.
The Hamilton Spectator covers the local areas of Hamilton, Burlington as well as further afield to Creek, Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough, Glanbrook, the Niagara communities of Grimsby and Beamsville plus Brant County, Caledonia, Hagersville, Dunnville, Halton Region and Oakville. As such there is a wide variety of communities and interests to pitch articles to.
The newspaper also has a proud involvement with charities, including Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital, United Way of Hamilton & Burlington, the Art Gallery of Hamilton, St. Joseph's Hospital, Mohawk College and McMaster University, YMCA, Hamilton & Burlington, the Burlington Arts Centre, the Hamilton and Burlington Community Foundation, and the YWCA. It also donates 1.8 million Canadian dollars each year in cash and in-paper advertising space to help strengthen charitable groups in the Burlington and Hamilton communities. Another key focus is the Hamilton Spectator Summer Camp Fund. Last year, the newspaper raised $150,000 which meant that 1,200 children were able to attend one of 22 summer camps.
TheSpec.com and The Hamilton Spectator are part of Metroland Media Group who cover the Toronto and Greater Toronto area.
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