Is the Globe and Mail a good newspaper?

The newspaper is considered an “upmarket” newspaper, in contrast to downmarket newspapers such as the Toronto Sun. In federal general elections, The Globe and Mail has endorsed different parties over time.

Is the Globe and Mail publishing today?

The Globe and Mail prints Monday to Saturday every day of the year except for Christmas Day and select statutory holidays such as Labour Day and/or New Year’s Day. On non-publication days, readers are encouraged to visit our award-winning website for the news of the day.

Is the Globe and Mail peer reviewed?

Yes, but for a scholarly paper, only a highly respected newspaper, such as the London Times or the Toronto Globe and Mail can be used. What problems can arise with Internet sources? Most Internet sources are not peer reviewed. Consequently, they are not acceptable for scholarly research.

Who owns the Globe paper?

American Media, Inc.
The newspaper, as well as most of its rivals, is now owned by American Media, Inc. and is published out of American Media’s headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida. AMI’s chief content officer, Dylan Howard, oversees the publication….Globe (tabloid)

Chief content officer Dylan Howard
ISSN 1094-6047

How do I cancel my Globe and Mail digital subscription?

If you wish to discontinue your digital subscription please call 1-800-387-5400 during our hours of operation to speak with a Customer Care representative.

What is a good book to read now?

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Where can I get a copy of The Globe and Mail?

You can still access copies of The Globe and Mail newspapers via public or university libraries. Most libraries have access to the microfilm version or keep paper indexes of The Globe and Mail newspapers with some of those libraries also carrying the Globe’s Canada’s Heritage from 1844 electronic archive.

How many people can share a Globe and Mail subscription?

Accessing Services The Globe and Mail is not responsible for any additional charges that you may incur for using a Service, such as data or other telecommunication or Internet or wireless service provider fees. Access to certain Services may be restricted to simultaneous access on four or fewer devices at one time.

Who owns the Globe?

In 1978 it changed its name to the Midnight Globe after its publisher, Globe Communications, and eventually changed its name to Globe. The newspaper, as well as most of its rivals, is now owned by American Media, Inc….Globe (tabloid)

Chief content officer Dylan Howard
Language English
ISSN 1094-6047

Who owns the Financial Post?

Though there has been frequent speculation that the Financial Post would be merged into the business sections of the regional newspapers owned by the National Post’s parent, Postmedia News, much of the Post’s editorial content is now syndicated to other Postmedia newspapers through the Postmedia News Service.