Newsletter

Banff Trail Howler

The Banff Trail Howler is a monthly newsletter that is printed and
delivered to Banff Trail houses, apartments, and businesses. We happily welcome any and all contributions, including letters to the editor, photos, stories, poems, or anything else!

The submission deadline is the 5th of the month (to submit for next month).  Email submissions to  howlereditor@banfftrailcommunity.ca

Content Policy

  1. All submissions must be complete upon receipt.  Electronic format is preferred.  Submitters are responsible for any permissions that may be required.
  2. The author’s full name and contact information must accompany all submissions.  Only the author’s name will be published.
  3. Community and editorial control of all BTCA content submitted to both the Howler and BTCA website rests with the editor(s) under the direction of the BTCA Board of Directors.
  4. The BTCA editor(s) is not expected to do any further work on submissions that have not come through the Board of Directors. The BTCA editor(s) may refuse to send for publication any submission.

Guidelines

  1. If your submission is published, it will be printed as-is. Please check it for spelling and grammar.
  2. Please limit submissions to 200 words.
  3. Please keep submissions or responses relevant to Banff Trail Community.
Note from the editor:
The publisher (GREAT NEWS MEDIA) partners with the community association such as Banff Trail to support efforts to unify and advocate for residents. This partnership applies to the community association and the activities that directly fund and support them. Although there are many engaging and rewarding events, programs and businesses in the community, the goal is to publish events and programs that occur within our community.  Those who rent our hall are already in partnership with our association.  Those who are in partnerships with other community halls within Calgary can also get published in the Howler if space allows.  
The Howler can ONLY provide information about the city, community and neighbourhood so long as it is community-partnered.  In other words:
-Free neighbourhood soccer programs ads are acceptable content, for-profit soccer league ads are not.
-Seniors’ group programming offered at a community hall is acceptable content, seniors’ group programming offered at the local church is not.  
 
Those who wish to advertise in the Howler, please contact Great News Media: https://greatnewsmedia.ca/advertising-quote/