Everyone will also know, soon enough, what our democracy will be like without fine newspapers like the Calgary Herald, or the Ottawa Citizen, or the Chronicle-Herald, or National Post, or the Vancouver Sun, or La Presse. It will be less of a democracy, and less of a nation, too.
TORONTO—A good newspaper, playwright Arthur Miller once said, is a nation talking to itself.
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