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Tobermory Press staff at the unveiling of our Wide Format Digital printer.
Tobermory Press staff at the unveiling of our Wide Format Digital printer.

Located in Tobermory, Ontario, at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula, Tobermory Press offers a complete range of graphic, printing, publishing and signage services. We publish the Bruce Peninsula Press, the Bruce Peninsula Daytrip Companion and the Bruce Peninsula Telephone Directory.

Tobermory Press specializes in books and brochures, but we do everything from business cards to billboards, and everything in between.

Call or email today and we will give you ideas and pricing for your project.

info@tobermorypress.com

http://www.tobermorypress.com

Press Front•John Francis, Publisher – info@tobermorypress.com

•Scott McFarlane, Production Manager/Signs – info@tobermorypress.com

•Kenneth McFarlane, Graphic Artist – ads@tobermorypress.com

•Trudy Watson, Advertising/Sales – info@tobermorypress.com

•Marianne Wood, Editor/Accounts Receivable/Accounts Payable – editor@tobermorypress.com

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8 thoughts on “Contact

  1. You have made an error In the printing of our name in the Bruce Peninsula Telephone Directory, you have our name with 3 o’s instead of two o’s please correct when you can , thank you M Toomer

  2. Please change my mailing address effective April 30, 2015 from 8 Karin Crescent, SS5, Walkerton, ON N0G 2V0
    TO
    25 Dove Road, Brockton, ON N0G 2V0 (same postal code)

  3. Can you please direct me to a person or site where photos for the phone book can be submitted to?
    thanx

  4. Hello, this past weekend – my partner and I were attempting to cross Hwy 6, 2 blocks up from the ferry and it was literally impossible with traffic going to/from the ferry.

    Can you please write up an article detailing the importance of constructing a pedestrian overpass up the street from the ferry, due to the extreme amount of traffic?

    I find it shocking after this many decades that I’ve visited Tobermory/Manitoulin Island that there isn’t a safe place to walk across the road.
    I understand that a street light, or pedestrian right-of-way isn’t practical – given the necessity to keep traffic moving – but for pete sake – this is ridiculous that no solution has been implemented.

    1. Hi Jason, Thank you for getting in touch. With your permission we would like to run your comment as a letter to the editor in the upcoming issue of the Bruce Peninsula Press. The letters section of our paper is one of the most popular and this will get the conversation started. I would need your name in order to print the letter – we have a policy not to print anonymous letters. Would this be ok? Thanks!

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