Why Advertise With Niagara Escarpment Views

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I really enjoy your magazine. For a few issues you had an advertiser that was a butcher shop, with a few locations. They advertised that they carried Chiannina beef. I haven’t seen their ad lately and do not have a back copy to find them. Do you have the company name as I wish to visit one of their locations to order this product.
Dave McDonnell, via email

In a recent article in Niagara Escarpment Views I wrote about EBC offering…a conservation bargain. One generous donor invited me over and handed me 12 monthly cheques for $210 each.
Bob Barnett, Escarpment Biosphere Conservancy

Recognizing that NEV needs advertising $$$, please know that your current style and advertiser content is as integral to the publication as the journalistic and photographic content.
June Sheldrake, Hamilton

I will go ahead and invite readers to specifically consider doing business with NEV advertisers. After all, they believe in the community.
Lee Ann Knudsen, Cheltenham

Just a quick note to say thank you for the great exposure we got in the last issue of Niagara Escarpment Views. The article and picture looked great, thank you very much.
Robert Weeden, Pollen Bee Nest

We have had requests for the Niagara Escarpment Views Magazine for the Summer months. Do you know when they will be delivered to the Wasaga Beach Chamber of Commerce? We have the Spring one here on display.
Wasaga Beach Chamber of Commerce

Hi Mike, Just wanted to thank you for the box of Views the other day! Your magazine is fabulous. One of our regular customers, a hiker, saw it in Owen Sound (I think) and wondered why we hadn’t received it here at the Visitors Information Centre. She was delighted to hear it was delivered. You and Gloria certainly put a lot into it. Thank you so much!
Susan Reynolds, Tourism Officer, Orangeville Visitor Information Centre

I am reaching out to you on behalf of the Tourism London team to request brochures from your region. We would appreciate it if you could send us 50 copies of your brochure when they become available.
Nelia Gubbels, Tourism London

Your magazine has been a big hit at my shop. People are glad to take a copy. I was happy you included me in your last edition. I have been giving copies away. People are happy to receive them. I also took them to “Telling Tales” Festival in Rockton.
Sylvia Simpson, Hamilton

How do we get more copies of this wonderful magazine for our waiting room. We have a copy of your winter 2015-2016 and I believe someone dropped it off in person.
Amie, Fonthill Dental

Publishers’  note: Your ad has a very long exposure. Sometimes for years: In Spring 2016 we sold two copies of Winter 2010! Mary Pillisch wanted the feature article on Mildred Mahoney’s dollhouses, even though this article is available on this site for free!

“Just saw the magazine today. Love the ad especially the snow in front of the blowers.”
Linda Hill, Adams Equipment, Georgetown

“Thank you very much for highlighting the hard work and dedication of the Westfield Volunteers who give so much to our living history museum. The article is fabulous and the photos are amazing, thank you so much to all of you. Our volunteers are very pleased to be honoured in this way and we have also had interest from the general public who have seen the article. We love your magazine and we are so honoured that you featured us in this very important article about volunteers, especially during this week as National Volunteer Week.”
Rondalyn Brown, Westfield Heritage Village, Rockton

“I’ve been wanting to go up to Manitoulin Island for awhile and reading NE Views increases my interest even more. I hope to make it up there one of these days, I haven’t been since I went on a family trip in the early 60s.”
David McDonald, Toronto

“While enjoying the newly published summer issue of NEV, I noticed an incorrect address on page 10 under “Local & Luscious.” In the blurb for the Grand Oak Culinary Market, the address should read “Victoria Ave., Vineland,” not “Vineland Ave., Vineland.” This would be important for anyone visiting from beyond the Niagara region. Enjoy your magazine very much!”
Bobbie Dyment, Grimsby

“I’m writing to congratulate you on producing the most read magazine in our Guest House. The magazine has lasting value and is frequently on the top of our magazine racks. We have to frequently replace some issues as they gravitate to bags to travel home with our guests so they can digest the entire magazine at their leisure. For us transplants from the south it’s a chance to keep up with what’s happening back home. For our visitors to the area and us locals it’s great to learn more about our area. In this regard a popular article is the one on the Beaver River by Sandra J Howe (2014-summer issue) and Wiarton’s Spirit Rock (Summer 2015) by the same author. We keep a stock of these issues around. Keep up the good work.”
Richard Bowering, The Bowering Guest House, Ravenna

“Please include me in the summer ad. Why? Because:
– I believe advertising requires repetition
– I like the fact that NEV has my branch listed on the back as a location to obtain a copy
– I grew up along the escarpment
– My branch is located along the escarpment
– My clients are involved in the escarpment (Bruce Trail Association, hiking, skiing, etc.)
– I expect the demographics of NEV readers are well aligned with my target client group
– My clients periodically pick up a copy and take it with them
– The cost is reasonable.
Todd Neff, Edward Jones, Burlington

“The Winter Views is gorgeous! We are on the Niagara Escarpment in Beaver Valley. The magazine is sitting in every home I visited over the holidays.”
Laura Artibellow, Beaver Valley

“I so much enjoy this interesting & informative magazine. I am finding out about places I never knew existed.”
Sheila Massey, St. Catharines

“We took a trip up north last week and saw your magazine in almost every single spot – museums, info centres, small shops. So I took a picture with it in Kagawong, Manitoulin Island.”
Andrea Dubravsky, Georgetown

“I picked up an Autumn 2014 issue of Niagara Escarpment Views at the Foodland store in Mindemoya on Manitoulin Island. It’s an excellent periodical.”
Algis Tribinevicius, Sandfield

“Thanks for the great article. We are completely full at the moment and two people are thinking of becoming members.  So we are afraid to advertise and attract more people who might not find anything to rent or own! A nice problem to have? Again thanks for all your support. We may take an ad in the future.”
Brenda Dolling, Whole Village, Caledon

“Thanks to your editor’s page – found ‘Maple Hill Tree Service’ to help with our tree damage! Thanks!”
Valda May, Norval

I am requesting more copies of the Niagara Escarpment Views for the Ball’s Falls location.  We only have a few copies left.  Visitors really enjoy your publication. Please let me know if this is at all possible.”
Irene Bradnam, Jordan

We are completely out of the Niagara Escarpment Views Magazine at both our Scenic Caves and Eco Adventure Tour Centres. Any chance we can get some delivered as soon as possible. They are very popular with our visitors which is good news for your other advertisers as the magazine is travelling back to a lot of regions throughout the province.”
Linda Service, Scenic Caves Nature Adventures, Collingwood

“I was called out to see a landowner…with 200 acres. She found us through Escarpment Views. It is working.”
Bob Barnett, Escarpment Biosphere Conservancy

“A woman called from Queenston asking for a copy of Escarpment Views and drove to my Stamford Home Hardware store in Niagara Falls to get a copy. She later called back saying ‘What a great magazine, when’s the next one coming out?’ I was impressed that she called me just to tell me how wonderful she thought the magazine was!”
Bert Prinzen, Stamford Home Hardware, Niagara Falls

“Advertising with Escarpment Views Magazine has allowed us the opportunity to reach a different audience. It has been very beneficial to advertise with Escarpment Views as we have seen an increase in sales that were directly related to advertising in Escarpment Views.”
Lorraine Roberts, Plant Paradise Country Gardens

“Foodstuffs has been pleased from the premiere issue with the professionalism, attention to detail, grace and care with which we’ve been treated by Escarpment Views. Ad placement always shows aesthetic consideration and a good sense of our existing and potential clientele.”
Marcia Dye, Foodstuffs

Niagara Escarpment Views, formerly called Escarpment Views, is a high-quality, full-colour quarterly magazine that since 2008 has been reflecting life along the entire world-renowned Niagara Escarpment in Canada. Finely written articles and gorgeous photography introduce its tourist destinations, fascinating people, community efforts, outdoor adventures, natural wonders, unique stores, cultural events and festivals, garden tours, and historical treasures. Your ad will get results from an engaged, large geographic audience.


  • Intergenerational: 8 to 88 years old
  • High disposable income
  • Regular purchases or event attendance as a direct result of an ad
  • Every copy sought by readers
  • No unaddressed (junk) mail delivery


25,000 copies printed of each quarterly issue


Here’s a complete list of where we’re distributed.

Politicians in all levels of government: The Governor General, all federal Members of Parliament and Senators; the Lieutenant Governor General and all Ontario Members of Provincial Parliament; mayors, councillors and senior staff of communities along the Niagara Escarpment including: Hamilton-Halton-Niagara; Erin, Caledon, Orangeville, Collingwood, Owen Sound.
Tourism offices: Ontario Tourism Visitor Centres in Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, and Brantford, Tourism Hamilton, Tourism Burlington, and Visitor Centres in Halton Hills, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Collingwood, Owen Sound and Manitoulin Island.
Transportation hubs: Chi-Cheemaun Ferry, and Tobermory and South Baymouth ferry terminals.
Retail Stores & Newsstands: Home Hardware, Kubota, Husqvarna, Kioti, Subaru dealers, Foodland, Mountain Equipment Co-op, Lee Valley Tools, The Bookshelf in Guelph & more.
Agencies: Conservation Halton, Credit Valley Conservation Authority, Grey-Sauble Conservation Area, Hamilton Conservation Authority, Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority, Saugeen Conservation Authority, Coalition on the Niagara Escarpment, Escarpment Biosphere Conservancy, Niagara Escarpment Commission offices in Georgetown & Thornbury.
Festivals & Community Events:
Guelph Organic Festival
Canada Blooms
Halton EcoFest
Tour de Terra Cotta
Feast of Fields
Hamilton’s Locke Street Festival
Eden Mills Writers’ Festival
Giant’s Rib Discovery Centre Summer Solstice Celebration
Telling Tales Festival, and more!


  • Unique tourism destinations and resorts
  • Canadian, local, regional and organic products
  • Vehicles and services for rural & property ownership
  • Outdoor recreation gear, photo equipment, binoculars
  • Environmentally friendly causes, products, services


Call Mike Davis at 905.877.9665 or ads@NEViews.ca