The Sunday Express was an English-language weekly newspaper published in Montreal.
The paper was published by Midnight founder Joe Azaria, who also tried without success to turn the paper into a daily, under the name Daily Express. That experiment lasted less than a year, as the paper was unable to compete with the then-dominant Montreal Star and the second place Montreal Gazette (now Montreal's only English daily). 
Acquisition and closure by Quebecor 
In 1974, the Sunday Express was acquired by Quebecor, which ran it until closing the paper in 1985. 
Notable contributors 
Contributors included Antonia Zerbisias, who briefly worked there at the start of her career,  as well as drama critic turned theatre director Marianne Ackerman.