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Shad to leave CBC Radio’s ‘Q’ on Tuesday
3 years ago

Shad to leave CBC Radio’s ‘Q’ on Tuesday

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Tom Power, host of “Radio 2 Morning,” will take the reins at “Q” in October.
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Torstar’s Q2 loss rises to $23.9 million
3 years ago

Torstar’s Q2 loss rises to $23.9 million

By The Canadian Press

Torstar Corp. said Wednesday it saw its second-quarter loss swell as it incurred expenses related to its acquisition of VerticalScope last year and the closure of… Continue Reading Torstar’s Q2 loss rises to $23.9 million

Torstar CEO David Holland to retire after 30 years with company
3 years ago

Torstar CEO David Holland to retire after 30 years with company

By The Canadian Press

The roles of president and CEO of Torstar Corp. and publisher of the Toronto Star will be amalgamated into one position, the company said Wednesday as… Continue Reading Torstar CEO David Holland to retire after 30 years with company

Raveena Aulakh death prompts union call for Toronto Star newsroom investigation
3 years ago

Raveena Aulakh death prompts union call for Toronto Star newsroom investigation

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By The Canadian Press

The union representing Toronto Star newsroom employees says it has asked the newspaper to appoint an outside investigator to conduct an inquiry into events surrounding the… Continue Reading Raveena Aulakh death prompts union call for Toronto Star newsroom investigation

Morley Safer’s Canadian sensibility grounded his work, journalists say
3 years ago

Morley Safer’s Canadian sensibility grounded his work, journalists say

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CBC anchor Peter Mansbridge said Safer — like several Canadian journalists who moved to the U.S. — saw the world “through big eyes.”
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Ghomeshi’s accuser says peace bond ‘clearest path to the truth’
3 years ago

Ghomeshi’s accuser says peace bond ‘clearest path to the truth’

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Kathryn Borel, a former CBC employee, says she agreed to a peace bond over a trial because “it seemed like the clearest path to the truth.”
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Torstar loss soars to $53.5 million as revenue falls, expenses rise
3 years ago

Torstar loss soars to $53.5 million as revenue falls, expenses rise

Torstar recorded extra expenses related to its transition towards more digital media and revenue fell at its traditional newspaper businesses.
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