Free Toronto evening daily in September

On September 8 a new free daily, called t.o.night, will be launched in Toronto.

The paper will cooperate with the Toronto BlogTO. which will produce a page of local content daily.

The paper will print 100,000 copies a day; distributed between 3:30 and 6:30pm near subway stops and other transit touch-points in the city.

Toronto already has two morning free dailies: Metro (launched in 2000) and 24 Hours (2003) and apart from that a lively free daily history.

In 2000 Torstar launched GTA Today, which merged with Metro a year later. Competitor Sun Media\Quebecor launched FYI Toronto – all in the same week as Metro.

From 2005 to 2006 CanWest published Dose in Toronto and four other markets in Canada.

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