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What You'll Get
Before newspapers, the day’s news was spread by word of mouth, and papier-mâché was made from the tongues of ill-informed statesmen. Articulate the truth with help from today’s Groupon: for $25, you get a 12-week subscription to the Ottawa Sun, with home-delivery (up to a $60.23 value).
A daily publication, the Ottawa Sun has been providing engaging local content, comprehensive sports coverage, and breaking news to the Ottawa community for over 20 years. With coverage ranging from hard-hitting news to movie reviews and fashion, peruse the Ottawa Sun’s pages for information and commentary of all sorts. Columnists help inform your opinions of polarized topics in municipal affairs, agriculture, crêpe trafficking, and more. Join the discussion yourself by writing a letter to the editor, ranking among readers who share their opinions outright or carefully code conspiracy theories into a docile argument for a new outdoor skating rink. With striking photos and bold headlines, the Ottawa Sun provides ample fodder for both dinner-table discussion and classic hoarding.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 6, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Must activate subscription by 4/6/11, subscription expires 12 weeks from activation date. Not valid until 1/8/11. Subject to delivery area. New subscribers only or those who have not had a subscription in the past 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About _Ottawa Sun_
As one of the only 7-day a week newspapers in Ottawa with a weekly readership of more than 260,000, the Ottawa Sun serves as a popular herald for local and international politics, business news, sports, and lifestyle tips.A regular line-up of opinion columns and editorials opines on the important issues of the day without pulling any punches, and the easy tabloid format allows for readers to easily transport their newspapers or tuck them into textbooks to fool professors into thinking they're studying.