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HuffPost Canada

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HuffPost Canada is the Canadian version of HuffPost, and was the first international edition of the site. It launched on May 26, 2011[1] as Huffington Post Canada. HuffPost Québec (formerly Le Huffington Post Québec) is a French-language edition, launched on Feb. 8, 2012.

All Huffington Post editions re-branded the first part of their name to "HuffPost" in April 2017.[2]

HuffPost Canada has offices and staff in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, and Quebec City. The site covers news, politics, business, lifestyle and parenting through articles, blog opinion pieces, video, podcasts and audio briefings on voice-assisted devices.

Editor-in-chief Andree Lau[3] has been in the role since July 2017. The previous editor-in-chief was Kenny Yum.[4]

References[edit]

  1. Susan Krashinsky. "Huffington Post sets up shop in Canada", The Globe and Mail, May 26, 2011. Retrieved on January 2, 2019.
  2. Jason Abbruzzese. "HuffPost shows off its slick new look", Mashable, April 25, 2017. Retrieved on January 2, 2019.
  3. AdNews "New editor-in-chief at HuffPost Canada", AdNews, July 20, 2017. Retrieved on January 2, 2019.
  4. Financial Post "Former HuffPost Canada managing editor Kenny Yum named CBC News chief of staff", Financial Post, July 10, 2017. Retrieved on January 2, 2019.


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