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Thirty employees will lose their jobs.
"Everything is on the table."
The newspaper had earlier rejected a union call for an outside probe of the circumstances around the suicide of Raveena Aulakh.
John Cruickshank became Toronto Star publisher in January 2009.
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Torstar says the net loss amounted to $2.91 per share, including one cent from discontinued operations.
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