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Torstar ceasing publication of three Toronto community newspapers

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20 avril 2020

Beach-East York, Bloor West-Parkdale, York-City Centre editions end today.

Like many businesses, the unprecedented economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic has hit the newspaper industry extremely hard.

Advertising revenues, which have been steadily declining for a number of years, have fallen even further in recent weeks.

Because of that, we have been forced to make the difficult decision to permanently cease publication, effective immediately, of three of our print editions serving Toronto — Beach-East York Neighbourhood Voice; Bloor West-Parkdale Neighbourhood Voice; and York-City Centre Neighbourhood Voice.

While the federal government is providing some financial assistance to media organizations, the reality is that our business has been under tremendous pressure for several years and remains so. Over those years we have taken many steps to reduce our operating costs while striving to maintain regular publication of these newspapers. But the current economic crisis has resulted in the printed editions being no longer economically viable.

While we will cease publishing these printed newspapers, we remain committed to delivering news and information about their communities.

Indeed, we are still hard at work researching and reporting the news.

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For Neighbourhood Voice readers, there are a couple of ways to remain connected with your community news and flyers:

1) Our community news website: You can receive access to our frequent community news updates. Go to www.toronto.com.

2) Flyers: Flyer delivery to these areas remained unaffected by the cessation of the publications. You will continue to receive your usual delivery of flyers and you can also got to Save.ca, our digital coupon and flyer website. Go to www.save.ca/flyers and enter your postal code to see flyers for your community.

Thank you for your loyalty to your Neighbourhood Voice.

It has been our honour to provide you with timely and accurate news from your community. We look forward to continuing that tradition online.

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