Millions of people will get your message

Every day, WC Media helps our clients get their public service messages out to millions of people in communities all across Canada. That’s the power of our unique advertising distribution network. We focus on public libraries, post-secondary schools, healthcare institutions, restaurants and more, nationwide.

Public Library Network

WC Media has advertising distribution agreements with over 2300 Public Libraries across Canada. We've been growing this network for over 20 years. We know the market, the media and the messages that work with this unique audience.

Across the country, the public libraries in our network agree to distribute a predetermined amount of library bookmarks and due date receipts over a specified time period. We place your public service or advertising message on bookmarks and due date receipts. This puts your message directly into the hands on millions of people across Canada.

Post-Secondary Library Network

WC Media has advertising distribution agreements with an ever-expanding network of student libraries throughout Canada. The student libraries in our national network agree to distribute a predetermined amount of Library Bookmarks and due date receipts over a specified time period. Call a WC Media representative to see if we can distribute your message in any desired post-secondary location.

Medi-Network

If your organization focuses on health services, WC Media’s ever-expanding national Medi-Network puts your information directly into the hands of a captive audience across Canada. We put your message on eye-catching postcards attractively displayed in prominent racks at physician’s clinics. In these locations, your postcard will be picked up, read, collected, and then typically sent on to others.

Restaurant / Cafe Network

WC Media’s postcards provide can you with direct access to your target audience. Our postcards feature compelling design and are strategically displayed in over 200 high traffic including galleries, restaurants and coffee houses, in Edmonton and Calgary.