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Historical Newspaper Toronto Star
License Start: January 01, 2021
License End: December 31, 2021
Toronto Star (1894-2016) Canada’s highest-circulation newspaper (based on weekly circulation), this newspaper had a major influence on the development of the nation’s social policy. In 1899, Joseph E. Atkinson became the Toronto Star editor, who then inspired the publication’s on-going commitment to advocating for social justice. Historically, the Toronto Star’s early opposition to the Nazi regime resulted in it being the first North American paper banned by the German government. Patrons can study the progression of issues over time by browsing issues of the Toronto Star, which offers coverage of 1894-2016, including news articles, photos, advertisements, classified ads, obituaries, cartoons, and more.
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