Globe & Mail Ends Maritimes Print Copies

CBJ — As yet another sign of the times of the new digital era, The Globe and Mail is ceasing its print edition to the Maritimes.

The move follows a 2013 decision to stop printing in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Phillip Crawley, the publisher and CEO, says the decision is not related to the SaltWire acquisition of Transcontinental’s printing presses in Nova Scotia.

People anywhere can still get the digital version of the newspaper.