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Calgary Sun

Calgary Sun The Calgary Sun was formed soon after Toronto Sun Corp. purchased the assets of The Calgary Albertan. The first issue of The Calgary Sun rolled off the presses Aug. 3, 1980. The first issue of the Saturday Sun came out Sept. 17, 1994. The newspaper, published seven days a week, is available through home delivery, vendor boxes and retail outlets.

Website: Calgary Sun

Nugget

Nugget The North Bay Nugget is a daily newspaper in North Bay, Ontario, Canada. It is owned by Osprey Media. The North Bay Nugget was born in 1907 as the Cobalt Nugget during the silver boom at Cobalt, Ontario. Today the North Bay Nugget delivers to the City of North Bay and as far north as Kirkland Lake and the Tri-Towns (City of Temiskaming Shores Ontario).

Website: Nugget

The Hamilton Spectator (TheSpec)

The Hamilton Spectator (TheSpec) The Hamilton Spectator, founded in 1846, is a newspaper published every day but Sunday in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The paper has a daily readership of nearly 260,000. Founded by Robert Smiley and a partner, the paper was sold in 1877 to William Southam, who founded the Southam newspaper chain and made the Spectator the first of the chain. The Hamilton Spectator is currently published 6 days a week by Metroland Media Group, a division of Torstar.

Website: The Hamilton Spectator (TheSpec)

Canmore Leader

Canmore Leader The Canmore Leader is an English language newspaper based in Canmore, Alberta, Canada. Like other local news papers in the Bow Valley, the Leader does not charge customers directly but relies solely upon advertising revenue for income.

Website: Canmore Leader

Le Devoir

Le Devoir Le Devoir is a French-language newspaper published in Montreal and distributed in Quebec and the rest of Canada. It was founded by journalist, politician and nationalist Henri Bourassa in 1910. It is a respected, intellectual, newspaper of record of sorts in Quebec. In recent times, Le Devoir has favoured sovereignty for Quebec and social democracy.

Website: Le Devoir


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