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North York Mirror

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North York Mirror

The North York Mirror is a twice a week tabloid format newspaper that publishes each Thursday and Friday. The newspaper is published by Toronto Community News, a division of Metroland Media Group, a Torstar company, which also publishes The Scarborough Mirror, The East York Mirror, The Beach-Riverdale Mirror, The York Guardian, The Etobicoke Guardian and The Bloor-West Villager.

The North York Mirror is distributed twice times per week to residents of the former city of North York (Toronto). The North York Mirror also produces a weekly 'Saver Bag' for delivery of flyers to apartments. The paper distributes 100,900 copies each Wednesday, each Friday 98,550 copies.


Publisher: Betty Carr

General Manager: Marg Middleton

Editor-in-Chief: Deborah Bodine

Managing Editor: Paul Futhey

Advertising Manager: Stacey Allen

Regional Director of Advertising: Tim Corcoran

Regional Dir. of Distribution: Jamie Munoz

External links

  • Toronto Community News
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