About Metro News
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Metro is Canada’s most read national daily newspaper brand and the first national daily to publish in both official languages.
Metro is available in print, online and mobile in Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.
Metro targets metropolitans through traditional newsprint, online and mobile platforms as well as through proprietary iPhone, iPad and Android apps. Metro brings relevant daily updates and unique global inspiration at the right time and in the right format to enhance quality of life.
Metro Canada reaches a massive audience, including:
- 1.6 million readers daily
- 1 million monthly unique visitors and 10 million monthly page views
- 1.1 million monthly unique visitors and 3.4 million monthly page views
Metro started in 1995 in Sweden and is the largest sharer of free news and the largest international newspaper in the world. More than 67 Metro editions are published in 22 countries and 200+ major cities across Europe, North & South America and Asia. Metro has a unique global reach – attracting a young, active, well-educated Metropolitan audience of almost 18.3 million daily readers in over 150 major cities in 24 countries across 4 continents.
Metro values charitable organizations and giving back to the community and there are so many great causes and events to support. In accordance with our core values and corporate vision we’ve decided to focus our 2014 charitable efforts on five different charities; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada, Humanitarian Coalition, We Day, The National Advertising Benevolent Society and ABC Literacy Canada. We selected these partners to fit with our business and will support them through fundraising campaigns, editorial support, gifts in kind and volunteering.
Click on the links below to download a media kit as a PDF.
Print Readership Source: NADbank 2013 Base: Halifax CMA, Montreal CMA, Ottawa-Gatineau CMA, Toronto CMA, Calgary CMA, Edmonton CMA, Vancouver CMA; Age 18+
Mobile Source: Flurry Analytics & Google Analytics, Jan-Mar average 2014
Online Source: Google Analytics, Jan-Mar average 2014
International Source: NRS (2010-11), GMS 2008 (GfK)