How do I send a letter to the editor Toronto Star?

How do I send a letter to the editor Toronto Star?

Send your contribution to Letters to the Editor via email to [email protected]; via fax to 416-869-4322; or by mail to One Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M5E 1E6. Letters must include full name, address and all phone numbers of sender (daytime, evening and cellphone).

How do I contact the Toronto Star?

For customer service inquiries related to the Toronto Star ePaper, please email us at [email protected]. Reach us by Phone – Our customer service team can take your call during business hours at 416-367-4500 or 1-800-268-9213 outside the GTA.

Where is Toronto Star printed?

In 1992, the printing plant was moved to the Toronto Star Press Centre at the Highway 407 & 400 interchange in Vaughan.

Who is the sports editor for the Toronto Star?

Toronto, Ont. Helped ensure the smooth operation of the sports department, using many of the same skills (editing, slotting, page design, providing direction and consulting on story ideas, etc.) that would carry over into the sports editor’s job. Toronto, Ont.

What does the editorial department at the Toronto Star do?

The Editorial department, or newsroom, gathers the news and designs the newspaper and Toronto Star magazines, such as Starweek. Employees in the department handle press releases, letters to the editor, article submissions, and cover news and feature stories happening in the community and beyond.

What did Jim Bray do for the Toronto Star?

Toronto, Ont. Served as both a general assignment reporter and a copy editor, writing and editing stories and designing pages. Ottawa, Ont.

Who is the owner of the Toronto Star?

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