Thursday, August 17, 2017

Contact Details

Enfield Weekly Press
287 Highway 2, B2T 1C9 Enfield, Nova Scotia

(902) 883-3181 (main number)


About us

The Weekly Press serves the communities in East Hants, the Town of Stewiacke and the Musquodoboit Valley. With the news, sports, and features that matters to you, our pages are full of the local stories that interest our readers.

With our proximity to the province’s capital, our readership has a diversity not common in other parts of Nova Scotia. Boasting a large population of military families, a large amount of the employee base of the Halifax Stanfield International Airport, and a rich landscape in agriculture and forestry industries as well. Coupled with a historic population base with deep roots in the area, The Weekly Press is poised to reach the customer you want. With competitive rates and a guaranteed readership of more than 10,000 households, our publication has the potential to reach more than 24,000.

Letters to the editor

The Weekly Press accepts only signed letters, no pseudonyms are accepted. To verify authenticity writers are requested to submit their daytime telephone numbers. We reserve the right to edit letters but do so only for length, proper  grammar, spelling and good taste.

Please keep letters to 250-300 words, or less. The opinions expressed in any Letters to the Editor are the opinions of the author only and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of The Weekly Press. Deadline for Letters to the Editor is Tuesdays at 12 noon.


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RCMP seeking assistance in locating missing man

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Turple happy with runner-up finish at Lucas Oil 150 in PEI

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