Local Bloor community newspaper.
With a circulation of almost 57,000, this weekly paper is mailed directly to people and business in the downtown area. The independent publication's goal is to inform and entertain resident, visitors and business in Toronto.
For people looking for an alternative look at the news, this magazine offers fresh take in the issues of the times. Since 1981, this weekly publication has been entertaining and informing people in the Toronto area.
With a mandate to create a sense of solidarity in the Toronto Filipino community, this paper has been doing just that since 1980. For news in English and Tagalog, people in town can pick up this publication.
For members of the more fabulous of communities, this paper is here to inform and enlighten. This paper engages gay men and women in Toronto and offers stories covering issues important to them.
For people looking for an independent take on the nations events, this publication offers their news. With offices in Toronto, this paper boasts some of the best hard-hitting investigative journalism in Canada.
Almost 200,000 people read this weekly publication making it Canada's largest weekly Jewish Newspaper with a circulation of 50,000.
For el gente in Toronto looking to get their news in Spanish, this periodico offers news in the language of Hispanic people world wide. This paper reports local and international affairs with a distinctly Latin take.
Offering a readers stories taken from a more local perspective, this paper published fortnightly and once during the summer. Covering tales of community interest, this paper is distributed throughout the beaches area.
People in the Toronto area looking for news pertaining to the large Greek community, this paper offers their coverage. From local stories to international articles, this publication offers stories to enlighten and entertain.
For people in the Toronto area looking to get their news in Bangla, the official language of Bangladesh, this paper can help. This paper cover a variety of stories ranging from regional interest to international affairs.
Online travel magazine/e-zine for every type of traveller - adventure, backpacker, trekking, cruises, family holidays, couples, culture, travel tips, travelogues and much more...
Two best weekly Chinese newspaper, Ads Guide-FortuneSmart published every Thursday and Ads Guide - My Home Guide published every Friday. All Chinese Canadians can get their information, such as news, life guide and investment guide, etc. from this publication.
Reporting to the Eastern Toronto Communities, this paper has been relaying the days evens since 1987. This publication has a circulation of about 25,000 most of which is hand delivered door-to-door.
Whether they hail for Lisbon or Brasilia, people in town can enjoy this publication. Offering a take in events with a distinctly Portuguese stance, this paper services the larger Portuguese speaking community in Toronto.
A daily, digital briefing on the life of the city, covering urban affairs, business, technology, culture and design — and all the sparks that happen in between. Launched April 7, 2011.
For cabbies in the largest city in the Canadian union, this paper is for them. Covering issues in regards to the commuting industry, this publication is published on a monthly basis.
For the tens of thousands of Japanese Canadian living in Toronto, this paper offers news catered to them. Since 1976, this paper has been putting out new issues every week and has a circulation of 6,500.
If an old card table has only been gathering dust in the rumpus room, people in the Toronto area can take advantage of the services of this paper to help sell their stuff. This paper helps people find bargains in town.
Since 1989, this bi-monthly publication has been reporting on the happenings of the Filipino community in the Toronto area. This paper is perfect for people in town looking for a good read, or if they have a story to tell.
Good journalism reports stories by presenting all sides of the issue while maintaining a compassionate objective stance. This paper offers fine Portuguese language Journalism for people in the Toronto area.
For residents in Toronto, this paper is the voice of the students of the University of Toronto. This weekly publication covers matters not only of importance to people on campus, but off campus as well.
The first in Canada newspaper to publish online citizen journalism (blogs) with local, national and international news. The company publishes two newspapers one to the 100,000 Polish citizens and one to local residents of Etobicoke and Mississauga. The combined ciculation is 30,000 distributed door-to-door and through community establishments.
Every country needs a national paper to act as the unifying voice of it's people and to act as a ever vigilant watchdog, critiquing the powers at be. This papers seeks to fill that role, report on evens of national and international importance.
For people in the Toronto area looking for news relating to the Ethiopian community in town, this paper is a perfect place to start. This paper covers all types of stories of interest to Ethiopian-Canadians.
This Toronto-based community newspaper aims at an audience of over 300,000 Russian speaking immigrants in GTA.
Canada's socially progressive and not-for-profit national newspaper, with an international readership.
A Queer view since 1996 with news and events, from the Annex, Beaconsfield, Brockton, Kensington, Liberty, Parkdale, Roncesvalle, Little Portugal and Little Italy village. This enewspaper also contains information that is not exclusively gay or lesbian.
The Women's Post
For professional women in Toronto area, this paper caters to the needs and interests of the business woman on the go. With a circulation of 75,000, this publication is read by some 250,000 people.
Sing Tao Daily
Seven days a week, Chinese Canadians can get their news from this publication. This paper offers insight into the goings on in Canada as well as Hong Kong, China and Taiwan.
Brasil News Publishing
With a population of almost 200,000 million, Brazil is the fifth most populous country in the world. For Brazillian calling Toronto home, this paper offers news in Portuguese for people in the Toronto region.
There are about 110,000 people of Korean decent living in Canada, the majority of them residing in Toronto. For these people, this paper offers news in Korean about issues and matters pertaining to them.
La Tribune De Toronto
Since 1982 this paper has been a voice of the French speaking people in the Toronto area. Offering news in French, this publication covers events in Quebec, Toronto and Internationally.
New Catholic Times
The word Catholic mean universal and Catholic make up the largest Christian group in Canada. For people in the Toronto area looking to pick up a publication dealing with issues pertaining to the church of the Pope, this paper is here.
Korea Central Daily
With the almost 73 million Korean speakers throughout the world, it's no wonder a good deal of them are in Toronto. This paper offers Korean language news on a daily basis.
Jamaican Weekly Gleaner & Star
For islanders who have found themselves in the financial capital of Canada, this paper is here to inform. Offering news with a Jamaican twist, this paper serves the greater Toronto area.
Japan Canada Journal
For people in the Toronto area looking for a read with a Japanese angle, this paper is definitely one to be picked up. Offering news in Japanese, people fluent in the language can get news from around the world.
During the lunch hour, a lot of people in the town are not only hungry for a meal, but also for news. This publication offers a good read for the inquisitive while they enjoy their mid-day sustenance.
L'Express De Toronto
Canada is officially a bi-lingual country and for people with a mastery of the French language, this paper is around. Founded in 1976, this paper offers people their news in a French format.
Real Estate News
Finding a new place to live can be a hard task, even in the biggest city in Canada. For people looking for listings and news dealing with the real estate sector, this paper in one to pick up.
There are about 193 different countries in the world and almost 5000 different languages spoken globally. This paper cover stories from all places and tongues, bringing them home to people in Toronto.
Hellenic Canadian Chronicles News Paper
The Greek Isles have offered the world a large number of things: poetry, pottery and fine art. To Toronto they offer a vibrant Greek community. For these people, this paper offers news dealing with Greek issues.
Arab News Of Toronto
From the Cradle of Civilization to the biggest city in Canada, comes this paper. Offering news covering local events to international issues, this publication speaks to the large Arab community in Toronto.
For people in the Toronto area looking for the voice of the proletariat in Canada's biggest city, this paper is a must read. Offering news aimed at those seeking economic equality, this paper offer news against war, imperialism and the free market.