Toronto Star launches improved business coverage

The Greater Toronto Area is at a crucial turning point. Whole neighbourhoods are being reimagined, the technology sector is exploding, the population is surging, the streets are overloaded and the signs of prosperity are all around us — as are the troubling signs of strain.

The decisions we make today will have a profound effect on the Toronto of the future. Will we welcome the new capital, companies and jobs we need to ensure our place among the best cities in the world? Or will we buckle under the pressure and collapse into an urban failure?

To keep you informed during this pivotal time, the Star is pleased to announce that we will be expanding our business coverage, with a stronger focus on local news. We’ll cover the businesses where you work and shop, the city’s roller-coaster real estate market and the technology that’s changing your life.

We will launch an all-new business Opinion section, featuring lively, thought-provoking voices on the issues that are shaping our city, and we’ll offer an expanded Smart Money personal finance section to ensure your future in the city is a prosperous one.

Finally, we will expand your access to the unrivalled North American and global business news found in the Wall Street Journal, offering access to articles on our partner’s website to every reader with a digital subscription to the Star.

No other publisher in the country offers this breadth of coverage — from the shop on the corner to the multibillion-dollar deals hatched on Wall Street. We’re committed more than ever to providing the bold, progressive business news that matters to you. Stay in touch and let us know how we’re doing.

business@thestar.ca

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