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Toronto Star is most read newspaper in Toronto: NADbank


The Torstar paper posts the most print and online readers, according to the latest report from the measurement company.

La Presse+’s year one sales strategy


As the tablet news product celebrates its first anniversary, Simon Jennings reflects on how its new sales model helped convert advertisers.

Globe and Mail launches pilot native ad program


Andrew Saunders, chief revenue officer, talks about the project, which is running in partnership with GE.

Halifax’s The Chronicle Herald drops NADbank


The president and CEO tells MiC why the paper is changing its measurement model.

La Presse partners with Pan Am Games


The Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games will be promoted in advertising space on the news organization’s print, web and tablet platforms.

Postmedia posts second quarter loss


Revenue fell by 9.1% compared to the same period in the prior year, driven by declines in print ad, digital and circulation revenues.

Globe and Mail director moves to Jones Media

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Andrea Fernandes has joined the company as its VP of business development.

The Grid’s strategic update


The free weekly is trimming its size and adding more news content beginning with this week’s edition.

Inside Metro’s latest updates


Bill McDonald, president and publisher of Metro English Canada, on recent changes at the title, including the launch of AR and formalized sales team updates.

New health food magazine comes to Loblaws


Alive Publishing’s Sage will feature stories about natural health products and be distributed free in 800 of the grocery chain’s locations.