Press Releases

Yellow Pages Limited Announces 2015 Second Quarter Results Release Date

Conference Call at 9:30 a.m. (Eastern Time)
 
Montreal (Quebec), August 5, 2015 – Yellow Pages Limited announces that it will issue its 2015 second quarter results, for the period covering April 1 to June 30, 2015, on August 12, 2015. A conference call will be held on the same day at 9:30 a.m. (Eastern Time) to discuss the results.

Yellow Pages Announces Appointment of Paul Brousseau as Vice-President, Brand Communications

Montreal, Quebec, August 3, 2015 – Yellow Pages (TSX: Y) announced today that Paul Brousseau has been appointed to the newly-created position of Vice-President, Brand Communications based in the company’s Toronto office.

Yellow Pages, a Gold Partner of Canada Olympic Excellence Day

Montréal, Québec, July 6, 2015 – Yellow Pages (TSX :Y), a Canadian digital media and marketing solutions company, is proud to be a Gold Partner of Canada Olympic Excellence Day and official presenter of the event’s live concert taking place on Thursday, July 9th.

Vancouver’s Foodie Culture Thriving – But the City’s Coffee Loving Reputation Falling Behind Toronto According to New Survey from Yellow Pages

Vancouver, June 25, 2015 – Almost three quarters of Vancouverites say they eat out or get take out at least once a week or more often. That is just one of the findings of a comprehensive Ipsos survey released today by Yellow Pages (TSX:Y), a leading digital media and marketing solutions company in Canada, to mark the Vancouver launch of YP Dine, a new mobile app dedicated to the restaurant and dining sector 1. 

Calgary’s Dining Scene Thriving with Bars and Pubs More Popular in the City than Anywhere Else in Canada According to New Survey from Yellow Pages

Calgary, June 25, 2015 – Almost three quarters of Calgarians say they eat out or get take out at least once a week or more often. That is just one of the findings of a comprehensive Ipsos survey released today by Yellow Pages (TSX:Y), a leading digital media and marketing solutions company in Canada, to mark the Calgary launch of YP Dine, a new mobile app dedicated to the restaurant and dining sector. 

YP Dine on the menu in Toronto as Yellow Pages Launches New Food and Dining Mobile App

Toronto, June 25, 2015 – Yellow Pages (TSX:Y), a leading digital media and marketing solutions company in Canada, announced the Toronto launch of YP Dine, an innovative new mobile app dedicated to the restaurant and dining sector. 

Yellow Pages Limited Acquires ComFree/DuProprio, a Leading Digital Real Estate Marketplace in Canada

Montreal (Quebec), June 16, 2015 — Yellow Pages Limited (“Yellow Pages” or the “Company”) announced today that it will acquire the ComFree/DuProprio Network (“CFDP”), a leader in connecting home sellers and buyers in Canada. The acquisition will close and take effect on July 1, 2015 and is not subject to any closing conditions.  

Un OCTAS pour Pages Jaunes dans la catégorie Intelligence d’affaires et traitement de données massives

(En français seulement)
 
Montréal, Québec, le 1 juin 2015 — Pages Jaunes (TSX : Y), chef de file des médias numériques et des solutions de marketing, a remporté lors d'un gala qui se déroulait au Palais des congrès de Montréal le 28 mai dernier, un OCTAS dans la catégorie Intelligence d’affaires et traitement de données massives pour le développement et la mise en marché de son application d’analyse, Pages Jaunes Analytique.

Yellow Pages Launches New National Advertising Campaign Company targets key markets in promotion of its digital platforms

Montreal (Quebec), May 19, 2015 – Yellow Pages (TSX:Y), a leading digital media and marketing solutions company, is launching its second "Local Market Attack" campaign this week, in four of its main markets across Canada: Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary. This multimedia campaign, in its second year, includes visual takeovers in strategic media locations or channels as well as a strong digital component including desktop and mobile advertising

Canadian Small Businesses Losing Potential Clients and Sales Due to Inability to Keep Business Info Current in Digital Space

Montreal (Quebec), May 12, 2015 – Eighty percent of Canadians have been unable to connect with local businesses due to inaccurate or outdated information in online or mobile searches at some point in the past 12 months. A recent omnibus survey commissioned by Yellow Pages, a leading digital media and marketing solutions company, concluded that Canada’s small businesses are losing potential clients due to their inability to keep their basic business information updated across the current digital ecosystem of websites, mobile apps and social media platforms.