The Suburban

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The Suburban
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Type Weekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Sochaczevski family[1]
Founder(s) Sophie Wollock[1]
Publisher Michael Sochaczevski
Editor-in-chief Beryl Wajsman[2]
Associate editor Anthony Bonaparte[2]
Sports editor Mark Lidbetter[2]
Founded March 1, 1963[1]
Language English
Headquarters 7575 Trans Canada Highway, Suite 105, Saint-Laurent, Quebec H4T 1V6
Circulation 145,000[1]
ISSN 0226-9686
OCLC number 8663159
Official website TheSuburban.com

The Suburban is the largest English language weekly newspaper in the province of Quebec.[1]

It is a community newspaper based in Montreal which publishes three geographically based editions containing some shared and some location-specific content, to populations in Montreal's West Island, East End and inner suburbs, as well Laval—the adjacent island just north of Montreal, which is Quebec's third-largest city. Total circulation of all three editions is 145,000, making it the largest weekly newspaper in Quebec.

The Suburban was established by Sophie Wollock on March 1, 1963, in the Montreal suburb of Côte Saint-Luc. The Wollock family owned the newspaper until 1987, when it was sold to the Sochaczevski family.[1] The newspaper's editor-in-chief is Beryl Wajsman. Its publisher is Michael Sochaczevski.

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  1. ^ a b c d e f "About The Suburban". The Suburban. Retrieved 24 April 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c "Contact Us". The Suburban. Retrieved 24 April 2012. 

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