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Midland is a town located on Georgian Bay in Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada. It is part of the Huronia/Wendat region of Central Ontario. Situated at the southern end of Georgian Bay's 30,000 Islands, Midland is the economic centre of the region, with a 125-bed hospital and a local airport. Penetanguishene, sometimes shortened to Penetang, is a town in Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada. It is located on the southeasterly tip of Georgian Bay.

Aurora is a town in central York Region in the Greater Toronto Area, within the Golden Horseshoe of Southern Ontario, Canada. It is located north of the City of Richmond Hill and is partially situated on the Oak Ridges Moraine.

Newmarket is a town and regional seat of the Regional Municipality of York in the Canadian province of Ontario. It is part of Greater Toronto in the Golden Horseshoe region of Southern Ontario.

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The Perkolator is a fun, positive and uplifting publication that provides a cost-effective display advertising opportunity for local businesses. The Perkolator is distributed free to many locations in Ontario, from coffee shops and restaurants to retirement residences and hotels. It is enjoyed by all demographic groups from teens to seniors. Its wide popular appeal has made it a go-to publication for advertisers looking to reach their marketplace with effective, quality display advertising that compliments their branding. Its readability makes it popular with readers, delivering a loyal and growing readership.

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  • David McComish
    Best bang for my advertising buck.  I know The Perkolator is read all the time by the people I want to reach.  I see people reading it everywhere I go.  There's nothing else out there that gets the exposure for my business for such a low cost.
    David McComish
    McComish's Wee British Shoppe
  • J. Steuernol
    I visit Orillia frequently.  I look forward to picking up and reading The Perkolator newsletter.  Congratulations on your upcoming 20th year.  It has stood the test of time and survived
    J. Steuernol
    Wingham, Ontario
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    Bracebridge Denture Clinic
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    The Nutty Chocolatier
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    It works for me!
    Paul LeMay
    Golden Enterprizes Jewelry Store
  • Heather
    Thank you so much for this publication.  It does everybody a world of good... a lot of us love what you are doing.
    Orillia, Ontario
  • Beverly
    I really enjoy reading this and I pass it on for others to read.  It enriches my mind and makes me laugh.  Can't get better than that!
    Brechin, Ontario
  • Ken Forbes
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    Ken Forbes
    OTD Building Supplies
  • Shelley Brown
    We are a group of 15 people who enjoy your paper tremendously.  We read it every week at the Huntsville Legion... It is a very enjoyable part of our day.
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    Adult Day Away Program

Past Editions

10 July 2024

Almaguin July 3, 2024

July 3, 2024 BG’s Positively Speaking Inspiration and Motivation Some time back, a reader asked me to write about this topic. In this update, I will […]
2 July 2024

Almaguin June 26, 2024

June 26, 2024 BG’s Positively Speaking Positive Procrastination Most people, including myself, dwell on the adverse effects of procrastination when it is discussed. These include missed […]

Recent Comments

  • From YKW McKenna on South Muskoka

    Why, when I’m already a subscriber must the pop up SUBSCRIBE for double your pleasure pop up in the first place? Oh, I just realized, you can’t have pop ups in your printed newsletter.
    Silly me.

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    2023/07/12 at 8:31 pm
    • From mark on South Muskoka

      As well. Without being “logged into” a website, there’s no way for it to determine who you are. SO it displays for everyone 🙂

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      2023/07/17 at 1:07 pm
  • From Lynn Lehman on Orillia

    Every now and then, when a particular written word moves me, I take a snapshot of it and tuck it away in my ‘Lessons Learned’ file. This edition of ‘BG’s Positively Speaking’ titled “I Can Hear You” is one of them. Thanks for your continuing words of wisdom. Always much appreciated!

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    2023/08/09 at 10:09 am
  • From Clara on South Muskoka

    Please don’t change anything, I look forward to my weekly paper

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    2023/09/07 at 6:54 pm
    • From BG on South Muskoka

      We’re glad to hear that you’re enjoying The Perkolator.. You keep reading it and we will keep it coming.

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      2023/09/20 at 11:30 am
  • From Howard Brooks on South Muskoka

    Today’s edition is the same as last weeks.

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    2023/11/15 at 10:52 am
    • From mark on South Muskoka

      Apologies Howard. It’s now fixed. The automation wasn’t automatic!!!

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      2023/11/15 at 5:05 pm
  • From Paul H on North Muskoka

    Always look forward to the Perkolator. Fun facts and giggles, What’s not to love.

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    2024/02/14 at 4:54 pm
    • From Brian Garvey on North Muskoka

      Hi Paul, Thanks for letting us know that you enjoy the Perkolator.
      Keep on reading!.

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      2024/03/07 at 12:41 pm
  • From Dave on South Muskoka

    The May 1st edition was the best I’ve read since becoming a follower. Positively Speaking……logical and smack on, the quiz, difficult but for the first time ever I’m 8 for 8! The bog island vid…who’d a thunk?
    I can’t be all positive though.
    The sand which board with I b4 e was a tough one for my aging eyes.
    Lastly, could your font be slightly larger with the adds just a wee bit smaller.
    So many magazines, internet articles, etc have yet to learn that their main audience is aging and eyes are not what they were of days past.
    Keep up the good work.
    PS: Adds work. I’ve used more than one company you’ve listed with total satisfaction (politicians excepted)

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    2024/05/01 at 8:52 pm
    • From mark on South Muskoka

      Hi Dave. Firstly thanks so much for the comments. I’m not the writer of this stuff just the web guy. While reading anything that you find is too small on the internet generally all you need to do is hit your Control and the plus key or minus key together to increase or decrease the size of things. I’m afraid if we reduce the ads any smaller they won’t be readable and of course it’s due to their investment in the Perkolator that the publication can actually exist 🙂 Happy Spring.

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      2024/05/03 at 9:29 am