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Quebecor closes Montreal Mirror weekly
Quebecor Inc.'s Sun Media division is shutting down the Montreal Mirror, the city's last remaining English alternative weekly newspaper.
Montreal Mirror folds: Was the Web to blame?  Montreal Gazette
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Quebec City should get an NHL team: Poll
Quebecor President and CEO Pierre Karl Peladeau (L) and the mayor of Quebec City Regis Labeaume (R) listen during a news conference at the city hall in Quebec City, March 25, 2012.
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Ezra Levant ruling: On Canadian TV you can't tell someone to have relations ...
As a member of the council, the network - which is owned by media giant Quebecor - must inform viewers of its ethics violation on air.
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Terence Corcoran: The truth rolls in on green charities
Fourteen rich and famous people who lost all of their money · Tim Hortons Inc planning 'significant' layoffs at head.
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Torstar sees no wave of consolidation in newspaper industry
The Toronto Star is taking a closer look at digital paywalls, but has ruled out buying other newspapers in an attempt to consolidate the market despite �a growing urgency� to work with competitors to cut costs.
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Financing for interactive digital media needed: CIAIC study
Other programs available on the national level include the Canada Media Fund's (CMF) Experimental stream of funding for interactive media projects, the Bell Fund, the Fonds Quebecor and the Shaw Rocket Fund. Canada's provincial governments are also ...
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Rogers cutting jobs as revenue pressures weigh
Rogers Communications Inc. is eliminating several hundred more jobs as part of an aggressive cost-cutting campaign brought on by increasing competitive pressures on its core wireless business and emerging threats to cable and Internet revenues.
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JPMorgan hearing: Jamie Dimon says can't defend losses
WASHINGTON - JPMorgan Chase & Co Chief Executive Jamie Dimon told lawmakers that he could not defend how a hedging strategy in a London office morphed into a multibillion-dollar trading loss, but he still took swipes at regulatory reforms that he said ...
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buzz is growing that world leaders will fire off a globally co-ordinated bazooka
Library of CongressWith fears about bank runs in Spain escalating, analysts expect some kind of co-ordinated central bank action soon to prop up the ailing global financial sector.
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Quebec student protests rip into province's business profits
On Wednesday police forced the evacuation of several government and company buildings after unknown individuals sent envelopes of white powder to 12 separate locations including Quebecor Inc.'s headquarters and the offices of newly appointed ...
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