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Most of the newspaper's revenue comes from digital platforms.
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Some of the journalists reportedly targeted say police were attempting to figure out the source of a leak concerning a criminal investigation.
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"I was living in the fiction that police officers wouldn't dare do that."
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"Politicians who don't lie? Impossible.''
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A new biography says Jutra had a penchant for sleeping with young boys.
The two newspapers said the other two Canadian victims were also from Quebec and friends of the family.
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This was part of the company's plan to go paperless.
Montreal's La Presse is endorsing Justin Trudeau's Liberals in the 2015 election. In an editorial published this morning, the newspaper says Trudeau is ready to lead the country. The editorial says it...
Montreal La Presse is laying off 158 employees as it prepares to eliminate its weekday printed newspaper in January. The French-language newspaper says it is cutting 102 permanent and 56 temporary pos...
Publisher Guy Crevier says that 30 months after launch, the digital edition is more successful than the 131-year-old print edition.
MONTREAL - One of Power Corp.'s two co-chief executives says the print edition of Montreal La Presse will disappear "eventually."Co-chief executives Andre and Paul Desmarais Jr. noted the growing inte...
In Canada, corporate greed in our nation can be directly connected to the destruction of the natural world, perhaps most visually apparent in the tar sands. If the Occupy movement is going to break corporate control, we need to start where it is most apparent in our government. We need to "separate oil and state."
Is the plan announced earlier this week by Culture Minister Christine St-Pierre, in part a reaction of the government towards increasingly the sensationalist press in the province and the blur between the boundaries or professional journalists and bloggers?