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Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Brunswick News
Publisher James K. Irving
Founded 1862
Headquarters 210 Crown St
Saint John, New Brunswick
E2L 3V8 Canada
Sister newspapers The Daily Gleaner
Times & Transcript
Official website

The Telegraph-Journal is a daily newspaper published in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. It serves as both a provincial daily and as a local newspaper for Saint John. The newspaper is published by Brunswick News, owned by James K. Irving. The Telegraph-Journal is the only New Brunswick-based newspaper to be distributed province-wide and has the highest readership in the province at a weekly circulation of 233,549 and a daily readership of over 75,000.

Mission statement[edit]

Founded in 1862 in Saint John, the Telegraph-Journal is Saint John's daily newspaper, but also New Brunswick's provincial newspaper. The Telegraph-Journal is the forum for all New Brunswickers to discuss, understand, and debate the big issues. The goal of the newspaper is to enlarge the debate, find consensus - and drive the vision of the province. In short, our mission is to make New Brunswick better informed. Saint John, the province's oldest and largest city, is home to many of the regions largest corporations, and is poised to become the industrial engine for the province. As such, Saint John is a logical home for the provincial newspaper. Each day, the interests of the greater Saint John community and the province are balanced within our pages. The Telegraph-Journal is about big ideas - for the province, for Saint John, and for your business."

Awards for journalism[edit]

Since the 1990s, the Telegraph-Journal has been honoured multiple times, nationally and regionally, for its news coverage. These include seven gold National Newspaper Awards since 1996, and two citations of merit from the Michener Awards for Public Service Journalism.

Awards for design[edit]

In 2007, Lucy Lacava's 2006 redesign of the Telegraph-Journal won the Society for News Design's "best overall design" and "best A-section redesign" awards – the highest international honour a newspaper can receive for style.[citation needed] Lacava is known for her makeovers of newspapers such as the Toronto Star, Le Devoir, the National Post, La Presse, Investor's Business Daily, the Chicago Tribune and the Baltimore Sun.

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