03/11/2014 03:54 EDT | Updated 05/11/2014 05:59 EDT

Here Are The Newspapers Owned By Pierre-Karl Peladeau's Quebecor Media Inc.

OTTAWA - A list of newspapers controlled by Quebecor Media Inc., whose majority owner Pierre Karl Peladeau this week announced he was stepping down to run for the separatist Parti Quebecois but would retain his controlling shares in the company.

Major urban daily newspapers: Calgary Sun, Edmonton Sun, London Free Press, Ottawa Sun, Toronto Sun, Winnipeg Sun, Le Journal de Montreal, Le Journal de Quebec.

Free commuter daily newspapers: 24 Hours in Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Vancouver; 24 Heures in Montreal, Ottawa.

Daily newspapers: Barrie Examiner, Belleville Intelligencer, Chatham Daily News, Cobourg Daily Star, Cornwall Standard-Freeholder, Fort McMurray Today, Kingston Whig-Standard, Niagara Falls Review, North Bay Nugget, Orillia Packet and Times, Owen Sound Sun Times, Pembroke Daily Observer, Peterborough Examiner, Port Hope Evening News, Sarnia Observer, Sault Star, Simcoe Reformer, St. Catharines Standard, St. Thomas Times-Journal, Stratford Beacon Herald, Sudbury Star, Timmins Daily Press, The Daily Herald Tribune (Grande Prairie, Alta.), The Daily Graphic (Portage la Prairie, Mba.), The Daily Miner and News (Kenora, Ont.), The Recorder and Times (Brockville, Ont.), Welland Tribune, Woodstock Sentinel Review.

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