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For nearly 40 years as editor-in-chief of the Telegram, John R. Robinson aggressively covered local issues, building a loyal readership among Toronto's conservative Protestant working class.
In Front Page Challenge, Torontoist analyzes the best and worst of Toronto's four major dailies.
Most comment sections will now be closed, will spare humanity from further horror.
The Conservatives would rather not answer questions from the media.
The Post decides that what it needs is a food truck, but with Christie Blatchford playing the role of Zane Caplansky.
As Xtra winds down its print edition, a look at the pioneering gay journal that spawned it.
Nominated for: being the fallen hero of inspired local journalism.
The second part of a look at the back half of the Globe and Mail's name.
The first of a two-part look at the back half of the Globe and Mail's name.
Nahom Berhane—a community health worker and father—was stabbed to death on the Danforth. The media reported on his death, but took almost 48 hours to mention the details of his life.
Proposed cuts will "eviscerate" the public broadcaster, say several former CBC leaders.
Wednesday's closure of the Grid brings a 23-year odyssey to an end.
Much-lauded weekly announces today that next issue will be its last.
On the mayor's first day back at City Hall he gave an address that was half mea culpa, half campaign stump speech.
And that means more job losses are coming.
Moses Znaimer re-re-reopens his television museum in Liberty Village.
From a single publication about groceries, John Bayne Maclean built a publishing empire.