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List: Top Ten Daily Newspapers in Canada by Weekly Circulation

Date: March 2007

Source: Canada Newspaper Association

Base: All newspapers published in Canada

Notes: The Toronto Star is Canada's highest-circulation newspaper, though the print edition is distributed almost entirely within the province of Ontario. It is owned by Toronto Star Newspapers Ltd., a subsidiary of Torstar Corporation. The Globe and Mail is based in Toronto but printed in six cities across the country and is owned by media conglomerate CTVglobemedia. Le Journal de Montréal is a daily tabloid and is the largest-circulation French-language newspaper in North America. Established in 1964, it is owned by the Sun Media division of Quebecor Media and is famous for its sensationalism and populist Quebec-nationalist perspective.

Newspaper Title

Weekly Circulation

Toronto Star

3,260,621

The Globe and Mail

2,024,320

Le Journal de Montréal

1,921,652

La Presse

1,524,582

Toronto Sun

1,358,292

National Post

1,236,020

Vancouver Sun

1,030,691

The Gazette

974,021

Ottawa Citizen

919,931

Winnipeg Free Press

885,986


 
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