Since our launch in early 2014, The True North Times has gained high praise from Canadians across the country. We’ve been mentioned in places like the National Post, Maclean’s, and Huffington Post. Those in and out of Canadian journalism have had some pretty nice things to say.
Satire is one of the greatest ways to speak truth to power. With clean design, sharp insights and smart comedy, the True North Times is among the best in Canada
It’s about time political engagement stopped being such a snooze. The True North Times is explosive and necessary in Canada’s media landscape.
The True North Times produces the most incisive and thought-provoking satire in Canada.
Our style makes political news accessible to those who are not already informed, fostering new political citizens
We look at real news and find ways to make it more fun to read and learn about, rather than dealing in parody
We publish consistent and consistently funny content about Canada and its often hilarious political scene
Through traditional and new media, we constantly seek the most important issues and people in Canadian politics and relentlessly mock them. The True North Times makes fun of all parties and politicians equally and does so with the aim of getting apathetic youth and others to read about, learn about, and engage with the political realities of Canadian society.
Whether it’s traditional “banner” advertising, or the emerging “native advertising” trend, The True North Times is ready to integrate your brand with our smart content. Advertisers will be given access to a loyal, demographically-coveted, and widespread audience. In addition, The True North Times has developed a cohesive framework for creating and promoting political content to youth across multiple platforms and media, with operating models for multi-partisan and non-partisan content. We can work with politically motivated organizations, with an emphasis on not-for-profit or non-governmental organizations, to improve their audience engagement and outreach potential among younger Canadian demographics.