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Transcontinental Inc.
Type Public
Headquarters Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Key people François Olivier
Industry Publishing - Periodicals
Employees 15,000[1]
Website www.transcontinental.com

Transcontinental Inc. (TSXTCL.A, TSXTCL.B) is a major Canadian newspaper and magazine publisher, as well as one of North America's largest printing firms.

Among its media properties (through its Transcontinental Media division) are TV Guide Canada, Canadian Living, The Guardian in Charlottetown, and The Telegram in St. John's. Transcontinental is also one of the Canadian publishing partners of Metro International, holding majority ownership of the Montreal and Halifax editions of the Metro free daily newspaper.

Smaller publications include a number of Montreal weekly community newspapers, including The Monitor, now an online newspaper, having ceased print publication in 2009 after 83 years.[2]

Its most recent endeavor is weblocal.ca, a local search site launched in collaboration with YellowBot. It is also a major direct mail advertiser.

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