How do I access Winnipeg Free Press archives?
Access the complete Winnipeg Free Press archive and past editions of many Manitoba newspapers through our subscription to Newspaper Archive®. Visit winnipeg.ca/library and use your valid Winnipeg Public Library card to log-in. Millennium Library (251 Donald Street) has past editions of Winnipeg newspapers in microfilm.
How do I find a newspaper archive?
If you don’t see an online version in the library catalog or it is the wrong time period, try finding freely available digitized versions through:
- Williams WorldCat.
- International Coalition on Newspapers list of newspaper digitization projects.
- Google News Archive Search.
Who owns the Free Press Winnipeg?
FP Canadian Newspapers Limited Partnership
With the purchase of the Winnipeg Free Press, FP Canadian Newspapers Limited Partnership became the owner of the largest independent newspaper in Canada. In 2015, the paper averages 106 500 readers six days a week, including over 132 500 on Saturday.
How much is a Winnipeg Free Press paper?
6-day print home delivery $4.80/week (plus taxes, charged monthly)
Is the Winnipeg Free Press independent?
Winnipeg Free Press is an independent publisher serving the city of Winnipeg and surrounding communities.
When did Winnipeg Free Press start?
November 1872Winnipeg Free Press / First issue date
From the day the first edition rolled off the presses in 1872, the Winnipeg Free Press has been an integral part of the city and province it serves.
Is the Winnipeg Free Press printed today?
The Winnipeg Free Press (or WFP; founded as the Manitoba Free Press) is a daily (excluding Sunday) broadsheet newspaper in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
How much is the free press?
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