Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
312 Broadway, Unit #2 • Orangeville, ON., L9W 1L3
Phone: (519) 940-5755
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To get help on your next project or to place an order, enter our Customer Service Area. Visit our Products & Services area for a list of some of our products and services. For software downloads and answers to common printing questions, visit our Resources & Support area. To learn more about us, browse our Company Information section.

We hope you enjoy your visit to our site. If there is anything we can do to further improve your experience, please let us know. We are always looking for ways to better serve our customers.

News Centre

  • The Orangeville council has decided to put its full weight behind the upgrading of a local waterway.

  • Residents of Orangeville and the surrounding area are getting closer to having a hospital with expanded space and services.

  • Orangeville plays host to annual Fall Fair

    The annual Orangeville Fall Fair took place this past Labour Day weekend.

  • Print company employee needs to adjust to constant change

    Some long-time employees of print companies in Orangeville, Ontario, may feel that their jobs constantly undergo change. After all, such is the case for nearby Hanna worker Chris Litz. Litz started at his local Hanna Herald newspaper some 25 years ago, back in late April of 1985. At that time, he started working as a press operator who tackled broad sheet publication.

  • Printing company starts viral marketing campaign

    Any print company in Orangeville may be able to pick up some tips on marketing and advertising by observing the new viral marketing campaign by a Toronto-based printing company. The Printing House Ltd. has begun a comedic marketing campaign that consists of web-based videos currently appearing on YouTube.

  • New Wal-Mart toy catalog just in time for November

  • Franchise print services and family run shops supported by Orangeville SBEC

    The province of Ontario has become one of the biggest boosters of small business in the country. Its many initiatives to foster and grow small business in urban centres of under 50,000 residents are doing a lot to develop local economies, promote employment and encourage family run businesses such as print services in Orangeville and all across Southern Ontario.