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The Globe and Mail’s Phillip Crawley turns the page on a 58-year newspaper career
In 1998, Canadian newspapers faced the toughest environment in decades amid the launch of the National Post, fresh competition that put media companies in a cutthroat competition to gain the most readers, advertisers and scoops.
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