Canadian Company Leads the Way in North America Media Contest

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Suburban Newspapers of America Honour Metroland Media with 77 Awards.

Suburban Newspapers of America (SNA) announced Metroland Media as the big winner of the 2010 Advertising and Promotions competition at the Fall Publishers and Advertising conference in Philadelphia, PA., winning 77 awards, the most of any organization.

The SNA competition included submissions from thousands of suburban newspapers across North America.

The Mississauga News, a Metroland Media community newspaper, garnered 17 awards, while the daily Hamilton Spectator won 12 awards, including seven first place honours.

Al Cupo, Vice-President of Operation for SNA said, “Metroland consistently comes through with top honours, not only in the advertising and promotions contests, but in the editorial and online competitions, as well.”

With more than 100 trusted community and daily newspapers, as well as innovative websites including,, and; Metroland Media is dedicated to delivering relevant and quality communication vehicles that reflect the local voice and connect its readers to their community.

Suburban Newspapers of America (SNA) is the only non-profit, professional trade association specifically serving the suburban and community newspaper industry. SNA represents and supports the suburban and community newspaper industry through leadership, education, promotion, research and the advancement of high standards. SNA boasts more than 2,000 member newspapers across Canada and the United States.

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