Paper magazine gives a ‘paper check’ for the paper, for paper money
Paper magazine has given a ‘Paper check’ to paper money to help pay for the magazine’s $200 million refurbishment and upgrade, a spokeswoman said.
The magazine is relaunching with a new look after being shut down in September for an overhaul.
“We’re relaunched with a fresh, modern, modern look,” magazine executive editor Kristin Barch said.
“The magazine is a new brand, it’s brand new, it has a new owner, it looks brand new.”
The magazine will now be offered online for $5 a month.
Paper magazine, which was founded in 1976, is one of Canada’s oldest and largest trade publications, covering topics such as Canadian politics, sports and business.
It has a circulation of more than 30 million.