What is the readership of the Toronto Star?

What is the readership of the Toronto Star?

Toronto Star

The front page of the January 23, 2013, edition of the Toronto Star
Headquarters 1 Yonge Street Toronto, Ontario M5E 1E6
Circulation 193,050 weekdays 290,153 Saturdays 185,159 Sundays in 2018
ISSN 0319-0781
OCLC number 137342540

How much does the Sunday Toronto Star cost?

Only $12.50* a week.

When was the Toronto Star first published?

NOVEMBER 3, 1892
NOVEMBER 3, 1892 The first edition of The Evening Star appeared with the slogan A Paper For The People, on Page 1. The four-page paper, published by 21 printers and four apprentices locked out at the Toronto News, sold for a cent. It was printed in the third floor offices of the World at 83 Yonge Street.

Is the Toronto Sun liberal or conservative?

Toronto Sun

Cover from June 27, 2010.
Type Daily newspaper
Editor-in-chief Adrienne Batra
Founded 1971
Political alignment Conservative

Is the National Post conservative?

Politically, the Post has retained a conservative editorial stance although the Asper family has long been a strong supporter of the Liberal Party of Canada.

How can I get a free Toronto Star?

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Is Toronto a liberal city?

Overview. In terms of electoral politics, Toronto had been an important source of support for the federal Liberal Party of Canada and the provincial Ontario Liberal Party although the downtown area tends to support the New Democratic Party (NDP). However, in 2015, the Liberals swept every seat in Toronto.

Is Toronto Sun a conservative paper?

Editorially, the paper frequently follows the positions of traditional Canadian/British conservatism and neo-conservatism in the United States on economic issues. Editorials typically promote individualism, self-reliance, the police, and a strong military and support for troops.

Does the Toronto Star have a local newspaper?

In April 2018, the Toronto Star expanded its local coverage of Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Halifax with rebranded daily newspapers, previously known as Metro, as StarMetro. In October 2018, the Toronto Star acquired iPolitics, a political news outlet.

What happened to the Toronto Star in 2002?

In 1992, the printing plant was moved to the Toronto Star Press Centre at the Highway 407 & 400 interchange in Vaughan. In September 2002, the logo was changed, and “The” was dropped from the papers. During the 2003 Northeast blackout, the Star printed the paper at a press in Welland, Ontario.

Does the Toronto Star still have iPolitics?

In October 2018, the Toronto Star acquired iPolitics, a political news outlet. On December 20, 2019, all StarMetro editions ceased publication amid the popularity and resultant growth of news apps on mobile devices.

When did the Toronto Star change its format?

On May 28, 2007, the Star unveiled a redesigned paper that features larger type, narrower pages, fewer and shorter articles, renamed sections, more prominence to local news, and less so to international news, columnists, and opinion pieces. However, on January 1, 2009, the Star reverted to its previous format.

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