In 2013, Canada’s daily newspaper circulation (paid and free) stood at 5,655,572 copies on an average publishing day and 33,832,752 copies over the course of a week according to the latest circulation report released by Newspapers Canada.
There were 93 paid dailies in Canada last year and 19 free dailies for a grand total of 112 daily newspapers. A number of newspapers moved from a daily publishing schedule to a weekly frequency while some of the free distribution dailies ceased publication.
The 2013 report is now available online and now breaks out paid and non-paid circulation by paper for a more detailed view of circulation by market.
Visit www.newspaperscanada.ca/daily-newspaper-circulation-data for complete details and to access the report in both PDF and Excel format.
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