Ilkka was a Finnish morning newspaper published in Seinäjoki, Finland from 1906 to 2020. Ilkka was established in Vaasa in 1906 as an independent newspaper. The name may be a reference to Jaakko Ilkka, a 16th-century rebellion leader in the Cudgel War, but this is unconfirmed. The founders of the paper were Santeri Alkio and his supporters. Later its headquarters in Vaasa was moved to Seinäjoki. Ilkka was part of the Ilkka Group which also owned Pohjalainen. The publisher was Ilkka-Yhtymä Oyj. Ilkka later became a supporter of the Centre Party and remained as such until 1997 when it declared its independence. More information...

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