Montreal's La Presse is going fully digital, putting an end to its print edition at the end of this year., CP reports
The 133-year-old French-language newspaper, owned by Power Corp., said Thursday its last Saturday print edition will be published Dec. 30.
La Presse had already ceased publishing a daily print product on Jan. 1, 2016, and the latest move is a continuation of that transition.
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