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Sun reinstating paywall

With both crests passed on the Assiniboine River and the worst of the flood receding, the Brandon Sun will reinstate online subscriptions as of today at 9:30 a.m.

The paper’s online paywall was dropped July 4 to allow for the widest-possible distribution of flood-related news and to ensure that subscribers and single-copy customers had as much possible access to accurate information during the flood.

At just 30 cents a day, the Brandon Sun’s online subscription includes full access to digital archives since 1998 as well as local news, sports and opinion from our award-winning team of reporters. Print subscribers have online subscriptions included.

Breaking news updates throughout the day as well as features such as photo essays remain free, as they always have been. Non-subscribers also continue to have free access to regional, national and international news.

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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition July 15, 2014

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With both crests passed on the Assiniboine River and the worst of the flood receding, the Brandon Sun will reinstate online subscriptions as of today at 9:30 a.m.

The paper’s online paywall was dropped July 4 to allow for the widest-possible distribution of flood-related news and to ensure that subscribers and single-copy customers had as much possible access to accurate information during the flood.

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With both crests passed on the Assiniboine River and the worst of the flood receding, the Brandon Sun will reinstate online subscriptions as of today at 9:30 a.m.

The paper’s online paywall was dropped July 4 to allow for the widest-possible distribution of flood-related news and to ensure that subscribers and single-copy customers had as much possible access to accurate information during the flood.

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