In Saskatchewan, The Prince Albert Daily herald will be moving to a morning delivery schedule starting July 22. “All of the newspapers around us are morning papers," said circulation manager Lorraine Brassard of the new delivery schedule, which aims to have print editions in subscribers’ mailboxes by between 6:00 AM and 8:00 AM.
In conjunction with the new morning delivery schedule, the Daily Herald will also be increasing the cost of its monthly print subscription by $1. “It has been five years since we’ve increased the cost of a subscription,”said publisher John Morash. “In order to facilitate the morning delivery as well as keeping the costs of producing the paper, we’re asking for a small increase.”
The TC Media owned paper was founded in 1894 as a weekly paper titled the Prince Albert Advocate. The publication moved to a daily publishing schedule in 1911 and became The Prince Albert Daily Herald.