Postmedia to lay off 11% of editorial staff, sources say

Sources say newspaper publisher Postmedia Network Corp. is laying off 11 per cent of its editorial staff, less than a week after workers were told the company was grappling with “economic contraction.”

Postmedia, which owns publications including the National Post, Vancouver Sun and Calgary Herald and employs about 650 journalists, announced the layoffs at a town hall Tuesday afternoon.

In an audio recording of the meeting obtained by The Canadian Press, Gerry Nott, acting senior vice-president of editorial content, said the cuts would affect all of the company’s publications with the exception of Brunswick News and Postmedia Editorial Services, which have already been downsized.

“There isn’t a property in our network that won’t be affected by

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