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|Founded||2 June 1954|
|Ceased publication||May 2013|
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.
Corriere Canadese was founded on 2 June 1954 (Republic Day) 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.
The newspaper suspended publication in May 2013 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.
- "Chi siamo". Corriere Canadese Online. Archived from the original on 8 October 2011. Retrieved 16 December 2011.
- 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]
- Town Crier, Vaughan Today to suspend publication indefinitely The Star. 28 May 2013. Retrieved 20 July 2016.
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