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11.08.2015
Tough times continue in Toronto’s broadcasting industry, with Bell Media announcing plans to cut up to 120 jobs in its Toronto television operations. That’s about 5 per cent of its Toronto area workforce and nearly 2 per cent of its national team. Bell Media, a unit of telecom and media giant BCE Inc., informed the Federal Ministry of Labour of the coming job cuts and posted a workplace notice on Monday. The union received the same notice and has asked for more details, said David Lewington, national representative for Unifor Local 723M, which represents Bell Media workers at MuchMusic, CP24 and BNN. In August, 2013, Bell Media announced plans to cut as many as 100 jobs in Toronto and more in Montreal.
In April, CBC announced plans to cut 657 jobs as part of a restructuring as the public broadcaster struggles with $130 million in federal budget cuts, sagging TV ratings and the loss of NHL broadcast rights to rival broadcaster Rogers. Hundreds of job cuts planned at Bell Media have union officials worried about the future of CTV’s local news operations.
A majority of the 380 cuts announced to Bell Media’s staff in Toronto and Montreal late Thursday are production and editorial positions.
In Montreal, 110 jobs will be cut: 70 in production and editorial, 45 in sales and marketing and five in administration. In Toronto, 270 jobs will be cut: 220 in production and editorial, 45 in sales and marketing and five in administration, Unifor said.


Bell Media has vast media holdings in Toronto including CTV, the CP24 cable news channel and Business News Network.
On Thursday, BCE said in its latest quarterly report that Bell Media division had an adjusted profit of $183 million, up about $1 million last year.
Sun Media announced Tuesday it was eliminating 360 jobs as it closes eight newspapers and axes three free urban dailies. As part of the announcement, Sun Media said it would focus on a single urban newspaper in Ottawa, Edmonton and Calgary, and so would fold its free 24 Hours operations in those cities on Aug. However, it will keep 24 Hours running in Toronto and Montreal, where mass transit systems warrant the dailies, and in Vancouver, so Sun Media can maintain a presence in major Canadian cities, a news release said. Sun Media is not alone as the Canadian newspaper industry faces a steep drop in advertising revenues. Among the high-profile layoffs at Sun Media was Stephen Ripley, long-time editor-in-chief of the Winnipeg Sun, said Tremblay. News of the job cuts came just one day after James Wallace announced he was leaving his post as editor-in-chief of the Toronto Sun, the chain’s flagship newspaper. Paul Morse, local president of the Southern Ontario Newsmedia Guild, said 15 of his union’s members are among those targeted to lose their jobs.
A union representing Bell Media employees says it has received layoff notices and that the company has indicated 270 staffers will be affected in both Toronto and Montreal.


TORONTO — CTV has announced another round of job cuts, this time in Toronto and Montreal. The union representing Bell Media employees in Toronto says it has received layoff notices. Bell has vast media holdings in Toronto including CTV, the CP24 cable news channel and Business News Network. Revenues at Bell Media grew 4.1 per cent to $692 million, helped by better sales with advertisers and increased subscriber revenues from CraveTV, its streaming video service which competes with Netflix and Shomi. It comes on the heels of earlier rounds of Sun Media cuts as recently as last November, when 500 jobs were eliminated and two production facilities closed in Ontario, with savings pegged at $45 million a year. We have to align our cost structure with our revenues,” said Sun Media spokesman Martin Tremblay in an interview. Other media companies, including Torstar, which owns the Toronto Star, have offered staff buyouts and eliminated jobs in recent months.
Catharines Standard, five at the Toronto Sun, one at the London Free Press, and one at the Ottawa Sun.



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