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24,008 Saturdays in 2011
The Kingston Whig-Standard is a newspaper in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. It is published daily, except on Sunday. It publishes a mix of community, national and international news and is currently owned by Postmedia. It has an ISSN of 1197-4397.
The Saturday edition of The Whig features a life and entertainment section, which includes a travel section, restaurant reviews, a section for kids and colour comics.
The British Whig was founded in 1834 by Edward John Barker (1799–1884). It merged in 1926 with the Kingston Daily Standard (founded 1908) to become the Kingston Whig-Standard. The word "Kingston" was dropped from the name in 1973, but was reinstated in the early 1990s. The present publication is Canada's oldest continuously published daily newspaper. (The first Canadian daily is the now defunct Montreal Daily Advertiser.)
- "Daily Newspaper Circulation Statement for the 12 Month Period Ended December 2011". Toronto: Canadian Circulations Audit Board. Retrieved 2 April 2012.
- "The Kingston Whig-standard.". worldcat
.org /advancedsearch; Kingston Whig-Standard (Kingston: WorldCat The Kingston Whig-Standard). ISSN 1197-4397. OCLC 29970221. Retrieved 28 November 2011.
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- Hopkins, J. Castell (1898). An historical sketch of Canadian literature and journalism. Toronto: Lincott. p. 221. ISBN 0665080484.
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