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Become Our Newest Copy Editor

One of the things that makes Torontoist special is our team of copy editors. Unlike most publications, every article published on Torontoist is copy edited in-house. It’s a core position, and previous copy editors have went on to full-time positions at major Canadian magazines, daily newspapers, and publishers.

We’re looking for someone who loves Toronto and Torontoist, is well-versed in CP, and has a great eye for correcting copy while preserving the voice and intent of the writer. The position pays a modest daily stipend.

The job is ideal for people who are at their desk between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., and can jump into posts at regular intervals. We are looking for two people to cover one to two days a week.

To apply, please email co-editors Kelli Korducki and David Hains ( with the subject heading “Copy Editor Position”. Feel free to include your resumé, and a brief cover letter. Please also copy edit this post from our archives. Use track changes in a Word .doc, and catch those sneaky errors we introduced.

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