Electrical Industry News Week is published by Kerrwil Media Group with the support of Electro-Federation Canada.
Founded in May 1964 By J.W. Kerr, Jim Wilson, President of Canada Electric and James Wilson President of the Canadian Electrical Contractors Association, Kerrwil Publications Limited have grown into the oldest privately held publishing company in Canada.
Being a member of the industry first and publisher second has separated us from every competitor we have had. Leading the industry, challenging the status quo and building with a focused eye on the future is what has made Kerrwil a well-established and respected name in Canadian publishing community.
Kerrwil has been active in many industry associations including the Canadian Business Press – where both J.W. (Jack) Kerr and John Kerr served as Chairman. Kerrwil is an active member today with the Canadian Business Press, Magazines Canada, BPA Worldwide, and the Canadian Circulations Audit Board.
Kerrwil has nurtured its reputation for being the best we can at what we do. Understanding and meeting our advertisers’ expectations and providing new methods and solutions that generate above average returns is what we do in print, online, and on site.
While our mandate is to serve the industry first, decades of publishing expertise has led to establishing best practices in publishing in print and on line that dramatically separate us from the competition.
Today, we remain committed to the principles that have brought us this far:
- Ongoing investment in audited circulation
- Delivering editorial excellence and authority
- Actively support the industries we serve
- Setting the benchmark for best practices in publishing
- Researching, evaluating and sharing superior market knowledge
Kerrwil is your market resource.
John W. Kerr Jr.
538 Elizabeth Street, Midland, Ontario, L4R 2A3 Canada
DIRECTIONS FROM TORONTO
Take Highway 400 north from Toronto.
Take exit 121 Highway 93 to Penetanguishene.
Turn right at Yonge Street (30 km from Highway 400).
Turn left at First Street.
Turn left at Elizabeth Street.