MONTREAL – Two long-standing English weekly papers in Montreal are closing down.
The Westmount Examiner confirmed the news on Twitter.
It began publishing in 1935.
The West Island Chronicle, long considered a “voice of Montreal’s West Island”, started printing papers in 1925.
Both are owned by Transcontinental Media; the company reports three employees will lose their jobs.
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