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The media in Toronto: news from the north

It is never easy to leave home and adapt to a new place. The most difficult thing is not necessarily what we expected first. Most of the time, what people tend to miss the most are little things, reassuring details of their daily routine. When I moved to Canada, one of the first things I wanted was the newspapers I would read in my country. I didn’t exactly know what magazines or newspapers were available in this country; what newspaper would be able to fit my habits…

Reading international news is part of our everyday life. Whether it concerns Vancouver, Montreal or Toronto; I thought it could be useful to provide a list of newspapers.

Toronto’s newspapers are very diverse. As Toronto has a much diversified population, the city provides international news in different languages. Indeed, Toronto’s newspapers can be read in English, Italian, Spanish, Korean, French, Cantonese…

I decided to draw a list of Toronto’s newspapers, according to their frequency.

Daily newspapers:

Toronto Star – Canada’s highest-circulation newspaper

Toronto Sun – Daily tabloid newspaper

Metro – Free daily newspaper

24 Hours – Free daily newspaper

Tonight newspaper – Free evening newspaper

Correo Canadiense – Spanish daily newspaper

Corriere Canadese – Italian daily newspaper

Korea Times – Korean daily newspaper

Ming Pao daily news – Chinese daily newspaper

Weekly newspapers:

Eye weekly – Free weekly newspaper

Now – Free weekly magazine

Share – Caribbean and Black Canadian weekly community newspaper

CC Times – Free weekly Chinese newspaper

The York Guardian – Weekly tabloid newspaper


Etobicoke Guardian – Twice a week tabloid newspaper

Scarborough Mirror – Twice a week tabloid newspaper

North York Mirror – Twice a week tabloid newspaper

Exclaim! – Monthly music magazine

Toronto Life – Monthly magazine

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Living in Montreal since 2005 after France and the United States, I want to share with you how much I love Canada and my advice to successfully immigrate to Canada!

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