The Two Row Times is a free weekly news publication aimed at reaching the Ontario-wide Native market as well as Haudenosaunee communities in the United States. We used our pre-launch issue to introduce our project and our team. The first full issue of the Two Row Times launched with a print run of 20,000 copies on August 21st. 2013, and is now distributed on every reserve in Ontario and in neighbouring non-Native communities.

In the words of its publisher and owner, Jonathan Garlow, “the goal of the Two Row Times is to provide timely and relevant news and information to Native communities as well as to serve as a bridge between all nations by promoting and demonstrating the values of the Two Row Wampum.” Our name is inspired by the Two Row Wampum, one of the first treaty agreements made between Native people and non-Native people on Turtle Island (North America). This treaty is an agreement of peace, friendship and mutual non-interference between European newcomers and the Onkwehon:we – the original people of this land. 2013 is a fortuitous year for launching our paper, since it marks the 400th year anniversary of the creation of the original Two Row agreement between the Mohawks and the Dutch.

Being a newspaper company that prints their own it only males sense that we diversify in a natural way.  We have been in the Media, Print and Design industry since 2013. When we printed our first newspaper.
Whether it’s a Trade-show Display or a Banner-stand that you need. If it’s printed booklets, flyers or custom printing for your marketing needs.
If you need a new website or work to update a website you have. We can handle it for you and at a price and the timeframe that meets your budget.
There is not many options or issues we haven’t seen over the years. Our experience allows us to focus on your project and make sure you get what you want and what you need.


It is our goal to make everyone we deal with feel as special as we think they are. No matter how large or small the order.

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