Margravine Media is the proud Publisher of the Briar Crier, a community news magazine that has been delivered to residents in Briar Hill and Green Briar in Alliston for 26 years.

We provide our readers with up-to-date information on the events and activities of many local organizations. You will also find informative columns, entertaining stories, puzzles, recipes, humour, and occasionally a prize competition in the magazine.

The Town of New Tecumseth and the County of Simcoe are vibrant and growing communities. The Briar Crier will always have something new to share with you. Please check back regularly!

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We expect to have articles written by CondoCorner columnist David Weston online in July 2016. This column has proven to be an important resource to our readers.

Monthly editions of the Briar Crier will also be made available soon.

Check back regularly!

Anticipated delivery date of the June 2016 edition is Monday, June 30, 2016


We support many local charities and non-profit organizations in the community. If you would like our support, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Alliston & District Chamber of Commerce Museum on the Boyne
Alliston & District Horticultural Society New Tecumseth Public Library
Alliston & District Humane Society Nottawasaga Handweavers & Spinners
Alliston Historical Society Probus Club of Alliston
Alliston Lion's Club Relay for Life
Alliston Potato Festival Rotary Club of Alliston
Beeton Fall Fair Royal Canadian Legion
Community Living Association (CLASS) South Simcoe Arts Council
Dufferin County Museum South Simcoe Theatre
Faith Community Church St. John's United Church
Gibson Centre Stevenson Memorial Hospital Auxillialy
Habitat for Humanity (New Tecumseth) Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation
Literacy Council of South Simcoe Talk of Alliston Toastmasters Club
Matthews House Hospice  
My Sister's Place

The Briar Crier is an Independanty Owned and Operated Community News Magazine Published by


The Briar Crier is an Independently Owned and Operated Community News Magazine