The Simcoe Reformer

The Simcoe Reformer

The Simcoe Reformer

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The Simcoe Reformer is a newspaper circulating in Norfolk County, Ontario and Haldimand County, Ontario, both in Canada. The Reformer is published weekdays by Bowes Publishers Limited, a subsidiary of Sun Media.

History

In 1858, Dr William H. Oliver, who had written for and edited a number of periodicals in the early 1800s, established a weekly newspaper called The Erie News in Simcoe. After running for three years, the newspaper was sold to William Buckingham in 1861, who edited it for 18 months under its new name The Norfolk Reforme with the banner of "The Price of Freedem is Eternal Vigilance". In 1922, the Norfolk Reformer and another newspaper, The Simcoe British Canadian', were purchased by the Pearce Publishing Company, who amalgamated them to create The Simcoe Reformer. The new newspaper would be published more often, twice a week by 1934 and three times a week by 1953. In 1960, the newspaper announced that it was becoming an "evening daily newspaper",

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