We are a community website catering to the needs of the communities within the City of Markham and the surrounding areas We carry events, articles, specials and have an extensive business directory, where initial listings are free. You can search for things to do, places to eat and generally "see what's happening around the corner and down the street" in and around your community.We give free expanded profile web pages to Volunteer and Charitable organizations; and therefore we encourage any and all of these organizations to send us their listing information, their events and stories. Contact us By Clicking Here
Our website is well viewed by the community, therefore, there is a great opportunity for merchants and business in general, to "showcase" their goods and services on the site. As such, we have a number of affordable levels of advertising exposure and sponsorship opportunities for you to consider.
We actively promote support shopping locally. It's quite simple really. When you are looking to shop, dine, have fun or get involved, do it in your own neighbourhood. Why? because it is the smart thing to do.
When you support your local merchants you are helping to keep your neighbourhood vital. The dollars you spend in your community are more likely to end up back in your community - as stores are renovated, people are hired and local organizations are sponsored. Everyone does well.
Oh, yes - and you can also save. Sponsors of this program have made specials available to encourage you to support your local businesses.Stay informed; We'll send you regular email updates as we add new features and businesses to our site - keeping you informed on all the latest happenings in our community Click Here
MarkhamOnline.com is an independent business operated by The Town Crier of Markham Inc. The Town Crier of Markham is John Webster who is a third generation resident of Markham and is passionate about building a great community.
Markham Online is a member of Community WebLine, a network of community based websites empowering local business to succeed in the digital age. Look for this logo to connect your community.