'I’m stepping away with... perhaps a lighter load on the shoulders, but a heavy heart,' says iPolitics publisher James Baxter.
After being bought out by TorStar in a deal that closed Oct. 1, iPolitics, located at 17 York St., will continue to operate its own newsroom separate from the Toronto Star's parliamentary bureau on Wellington Street. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
There will be no job cuts at iPolitics now that Torstar is the online news outlet’s new owner, says iPolitics founder and publisher James Baxter, who will be leaving the company once the transition is complete.
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