Toronto Star hit with layoffs: Reports
Torstar Corp President and Chief Executive Officer David Holland speaks as Chair of the Board John Honderich looks on at the annual general meeting for shareholders in Toronto, May 5, 2010. (REUTERS/Mark Blinch)
TORONTO - The Toronto Star has been hit with layoffs and voluntary buyouts, according to multiple reports.
The publisher is also outsourcing page production to Pagemasters North America. Affected staff could include copy editors and page layout staff.
The Toronto Star is Canada's largest daily newspaper, with the largest readership in the country. It is published seven days a week in the Greater Toronto Area and is owned by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Torstar Corporation.