4 July 2016
Toronto Star documents its printing plants last days
VAUGHAN, ON—The Toronto Star has released a photo essay of its printing plants final days. The facility was officially shut down on July 2.

TODD KOROL/ TORONTO STAR

At the beginning of the year, we reported on the closure of the Vaughan-based printing pant and the newspapers five-year deal with Transcontinental to take over its printing.

The closure has resulted in the loss of 220 full-time, and 65 part-time jobs.

 TODD KOROL/ TORONTO STAR
Comments:
2. Printer says:
8 July 2016 at 10:06 AM
Quebecor is already gone. Transcontinental is the only large printer left in the country.
1. Started In A Trade Shop says:
7 July 2016 at 2:42 PM
I knew the end was coming for The Star to stop printing their own paper, but it is still sad to see people lose their jobs to an out source supplier. Pretty soon it will be Transcontinental and Quebecor that rule the print world in Canada.
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