Corriere Canadese

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Corriere Canadese
Founder(s)Dan Iannuzzi
PublisherJoe Volpe
Editor-in-chiefFrancesco Veronesi
Founded2 June 1954
Ceased publicationMay 2013
RelaunchedNovember 2013
Sister newspapersTandem

Corriere Canadese ("The Canadian Courier") is an Italian-language daily newspaper published in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The publication is distributed exclusively in Ontario and Quebec, primarily throughout the Greater Toronto and the Greater Montreal areas.[1]

Corriere Canadese was founded on 2 June 1954 (Republic Day)[2] by Dan Iannuzzi, and since 2001 was owned by Multimedia Nova Corporation and published by Italmedia. In 1995, it launched Tandem, an English-language, weekend edition of Corriere Canadese targeting children of Italian immigrants.[1]

The newspaper suspended publication in May 2013[3] blaming a 2010 cut in subsidies by the Italian government for its financial difficulty. In July, a group of Italo-Canadian entrepreneurs acquired the assets of Corriere Canadese and Tandem. The former federal minister Joe Volpe is the new publisher, Francesco Veronesi the new editor in chief.

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  1. ^ a b "Chi siamo". Corriere Canadese Online. Archived from the original on 8 October 2011. Retrieved 16 December 2011.
  2. ^ Grohovaz, Gianni (Spring–Summer 1982). "Toronto's Italian press after the Second World War". Polyphony: The Bulletin of the Multicultural History Society of Ontario. 4 (1): 109. Retrieved 2 August 2013.[permanent dead link]
  3. ^ Town Crier, Vaughan Today to suspend publication indefinitely The Star. 28 May 2013. Retrieved 20 July 2016.