The Toronto Star recently announced it will be cutting a total of 55 jobs due to financial woes, according to the Globe and Mail. The country's largest newspaper will be downsizing largely due to the fact the publication is unable to make enough money from advertising. About half of the jobs will come out of the Star's editorial department. In order to be able to function without most of its staff, the paper will be contracting copy editors as well as page designers through Pagemasters North America, an Australia-based outsourcing company.
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The Star's publisher, John Cruickshank, said this wasn't an easy decision to make.
"These are difficult steps to take," he said. "No large metropolitan news organization in North America has been spared the intense revenue pressures that we face. It is essential that we act in a responsible manner now to secure our long-term future."
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