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Montreal Mirror

Montreal Mirror
The cover of the final edition (June 21, 2012) of the Montreal Mirror
Type Alternative Newsweekly
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Quebecor Media
Publisher Communications Gratte-Ciel Ltée
Editor Alastair Sutherland
Founded June 20, 1985
Political alignment Centre-left
Ceased publication June 22, 2012
Headquarters

465 McGill Street, 3rd Floor, Suite 300,

Montreal, Quebec
Circulation 70,000
Sister newspapers ici (magazine)
ISSN 0833-8086
OCLC number 15997017
Website MontrealMirror.com (via the Internet Archive)

Montreal Mirror was a free English language alternative newsweekly based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada which was distributed every Thursday. It had a circulation of 70,000,[1][2] and reached a quarter of a million readers per week.[1]

First published on June 20, 1985, the publication became a weekly in September 1989. It was bought by media giant Quebecor in 1997. It was published by Communications Gratte-Ciel Ltée.[3]

On June 22, 2012, Sun Media - the division of Quebecor that the Mirror belonged to — announced that the paper would be ceasing publication effective immediately, putting in favour the francophone weekly Voir.[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Montreal Mirror: company profile
  2. ^ Arabella Bowen; John Shandy Watson (1 March 2004). The Rough Guide to Montréal. Rough Guides. pp. 36–.  
  3. ^ "Contact". Montreal Mirror. Communications Gratte-Ciel Ltée. Retrieved 26 November 2010. 
  4. ^ "Montreal Mirror to End Publication". Marketwire. 22 June 2012. Retrieved 22 June 2012. 

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