Hour Community

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Hour
Hour front page.jpg
The February 1, 2007 front page of Hour
Type Alternative weekly
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Communications Voir
Publisher Pierre Paquet
Editor-in-chief Kevin Laforest
Founded 1996
Political alignment Social Democracy, Canadian Federalism
Language English
Headquarters 355 Ste-Catherine W.
Seventh Floor
Montreal, Quebec H3B 1A5
 Canada
Circulation 56,762[1]
Official website hour.ca

Hour was an English-language urban news magazine published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, by Communications Voir. Its president-publisher was Pierre Paquet, the editor-in-chief was Kevin Laforest. It catered to Montreal's anglophone community and was published every Thursday. The news features "expose readers to new ideas and alternative policies". News coverage centered on film, arts, and nightlife. In 2011, the magazine was renamed Hour Community.

On May 2, 2012, editor Kevin Laforest announced that Hour Community would cease operations, following its last issue on May 3.[2]

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