The Globe and Mail is the most widely read newspaper in Canada. According to Vividata’s January 2018 report, The Globe and Mail had an average weekday issue circulation of over 2 million through its print and digital editions. It publishes 6 days a week, Monday through Saturday. In 2018, the newspaper was entirely owned by The Woodbridge Company, a holding company for the Thomson family (previously 15% of the paper was owned by major Canadian media conglomerate BCE Inc.). The Globe and Mail is often considered to be the newspaper of record in Canada and has been in print since 1844. This entry provides an overview of the origins of The Globe and Mail and then explores its evolution, including changes in response to new ...

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