3 May 2017
Nova Scotia hires Ontario printer for Voter cards
HALIFAX—
 
 Nova Scotia has given Gilmore Doculink of Ontario the printing contract to print voter information cards for the next election. In the past it was sub contracted to  Russell Marketing in Nova Scotia. The contact is worth about $ 95,000 and was given  without tender. Some printers in Nova Scotia have complained that there are a number of printers in the province that could have done the job.
 
Gilmor Doculink was listed as the 14th largest printer in Canada by Graphic Monthly and are over $100 million in sales. They also do election work for B.C., Alberta, Saskatcawn and Ontario. Also some election work in the States. Gilmor Doculink is out of Kanata Ontario      ( near Ottawa).
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