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Moncton Times & Transcript
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The Times & Transcript building in downtown Moncton
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Brunswick News
Editorvacant as of February 16, 2015
Founded1868, as The Times and Westmorland and Albert Local News Journal
Headquarters939 Main Street
Moncton, New Brunswick
E1C 1G8
Circulation 33,033 daily
35,468 Saturday(as of 2011) [1]
Sister newspapers The Daily Gleaner
Telegraph-Journal
Website www.timestranscript.com

The Times & Transcript is a newspaper from Moncton, New Brunswick. It serves Greater Moncton and eastern New Brunswick. Its offices and printing facilities are located on Main Street in Downtown Moncton. The paper is published by Brunswick News.

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The Times & Transcript building also houses the presses that print all Brunswick News newspapers, including Saint John's Telegraph Journal and Fredericton's The Daily Gleaner . It also produces 14 weekly newspapers in both French and English serving all major communities in New Brunswick.

History

The Times and Transcript was formed by the merger of The Moncton Times and The Moncton Transcript in 1983. The following tables contain the historical names of both those papers.

Moncton Times

NameYears
The Times and Westmorland and Albert Local News Journal1868–1877
Daily Times1877–1932
Moncton Daily Times1932–1971
Moncton Times1971–1982

Moncton Transcript

NameYears
Daily Transcript1882–1905
Moncton Transcript1906–1982

In May 2022 the Monday print edition was discontinued, and in March 2023 the print edition was reduced to three days a week. Daily news coverage continues online. [2]

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References

  1. Audit Bureau of Circulations e-Circ data Archived 2012-10-22 at the Wayback Machine for the six months ending September 30, 2011. Retrieved February 16, 2012.
  2. Poitras, Jacques (7 February 2023). "English-language dailies in N.B. will print only 3 days a week". CBC News. Retrieved 8 February 2023.

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