|Headquarters||128 Pine Street, Sudbury, Ontario|
15,423 Saturdays in 2011
|Official website||Sudbury Star|
The Sudbury Star began as a daily in January 1909 as the Daily Northern Star, but it was in trouble in the first year of operation. Staff took over ownership of the struggling newspaper, led by foreman William Edge Mason, who then found 10 prominent investors to provide financial backing to the paper.
In 1948 Mason died and the ownership was take over by his W.E. Mason Estate and sold to the paper's publisher and general manager J. R. Meakes in 1950.
In 2013, the paper moved from its longtime home at 33 Mackenzie Street in Sudbury to new offices at 128 Pine Street.
President and Trustee
- George Miller, Q.C 1950-1955
Publisher and General Manager
- George J. Ashworth, editor 1909-1910
- J.R. Meakes ?-1975
- John Friesen 1975-1981
- Don R. Herron 1981-1986
- Maurice H. Switzer 1986-1992
- Jon C. Butler 1992-1995
- Ken Seguin 1995-2003
- Dan Johnson 2003-2004
- David Kilgour 200-2009
- Paid circulation cited in "Daily Newspaper Circulation Statement for the 12 Month Period Ended December 2011". Toronto: Canadian Circulations Audit Board. Retrieved April 2, 2012.
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- C.M. Wallace and Ashley Thomson, Sudbury: Rail Town to Regional Capital. Dundurn Press, 1993. ISBN 1-55002-170-2.
- THE STAR - The Sudbury Star - Ontario, CA
- "Sudbury Star on the move to 128 Pine St.". Sudbury Star, October 24, 2013.
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