Do You Have Money And Love Local, Independent Media? Hello There!

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Prairie Dog wuvs you!

A while back we added a permanent “Donate” link to our website’s menu bar. Maybe you noticed it? It’s for Prairie Dog readers who might want to support our (free!) newspaper with actual money!

Speaking without any, ahem, bias, I think this is a great idea.

The fact is, Prairie Dog is an essential part of Regina’s media and cultural landscape, and its existence matters a lot to a lot of people. So while we are (and will remain) an advertising-supported venture, we believe our fans deserve the opportunity to be a part of this enterprise beyond just reading*. And now, they — you — can be a part of it!

If you or someone you know has been blessed by the prosperity fairy, please consider making a donation. It’s not tax deductible — after all, we’re a business! — but I promise we’ll use your donation to make the paper (and hopefully as a result, Regina) better.

For more information or to make an actual donation, click here. Want to heap praise, offer criticism or share miscellaneous thoughts about Prairie Dog, Regina’s unique, 21-year-old alternative newspaper? Leave a comment below!

*Also awesome and appreciated!

Author: Stephen Whitworth

Prairie Dog editor Stephen Whitworth was carried to Regina in a swarm of bees.

8 thoughts on “Do You Have Money And Love Local, Independent Media? Hello There!”

  1. Dear Stephen: you probably really did catch the spoof on Bernadette Wagner’s suggestion of a consortium to buy Connaught School, because you read the dogblog with care. I would never dream of implying or otherwise stating that you and the PD are anti-business: after all, you advertise businesses; you run “Best Of” contests to encourage business reviews, patronage, and not least of all, more advertising; you publish the views of businesspersons, such as Niall O’Hanlon — how much more business-friendly could you be?

    Actually, if a consortium came together that would better secure your finances and would also meet the requirement of editorial freedom as per the PD’s raison d’etre, their offer to purchase would be well worth considering.

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