|Type||Free daily newspaper|
|Owner(s)||Metroland Media Group|
|Headquarters||175 Gordon Baker Road
M2H 2S6 Canada
The Scarborough Mirror is a tabloid format newspaper that began on May 3, 1962 as an off-shoot of the Don Mills Mirror.
Today the newspaper is published by Toronto Community News, a division of Metroland Media Group, which also publishes The North York Mirror, The East York Mirror, The Beaches-Riverdale Mirror, The York Guardian, The Etobicoke Guardian, Markham Economist and Sun and The Bloor-West Villager.
It shares a market with six Toronto dailies, and they claim that they are "compelled to compete strongly" with. 121,975 copies of the paper are printed each week.
They also produce a weekly Saver Bag delivered to apartments throughout Scarborough.
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