A list of affected Canadian newspapers in the Torstar-Postmedia deal

The Toronto Star building is shown in Toronto, Wednesday, June 8, 2016. Torstar Corp. and Postmedia Network Inc. announced a deal Monday that will result in the closure of more than 30 community and daily newspapers including free dailies in Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg and Ottawa. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Eduardo Lima

Torstar Corp. and Postmedia Network Inc. announced a deal Monday that will result in the closure of more than 30 community and daily newspapers including free dailies in Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg and Ottawa. Here's a list of the affected publications:

Properties Acquired by Postmedia from Torstar

To remain open:

Exeter Times-Advocate (and the Exeter Weekender)

To be closed:

Metro Ottawa

Metro Winnipeg

Belleville News

Brant News

Central Hastings News

Frontenac Gazette

Kanata Kourier-Standard

Kingston Heritage

Meaford Express

Nepean/Barrhaven News

Norfolk News

Orleans News

Ottawa East News

Ottawa South News

Ottawa West News

Our London

Quinte West News

St. Lawrence News

St. Mary's Journal-Argus (and the St. Mary’s Weekender)

St. Thomas/Elgin Weekly News

Stittsville News

Stratford City Gazette

West Carleton Review

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Properties Sold by Postmedia to Torstar

To remain open:

St. Catharines Standard

Niagara Falls Review

Welland Tribune

Peterborough Examiner

To be closed:

24 Hours Toronto

24 Hours Vancouver

Barrie Examiner

Northumberland Today

Orillia Packet & Times

Bradford Times

Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin

Fort Erie Times

Innisfil Examiner

Inport News (Port Colborne)

Niagara Advance

Pelham News

Thorold Niagara News


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