Le Journal de Montréal is a daily French-language. A tabloid newspaper published in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It has the largest circulation of any newspaper in Quebec. Furthermore, it is also the largest French-language daily newspaper in North America. Established by Pierre Péladeau in 1964, owned by Quebecor Media. Hence a sister publication of TVA flagship CFTM-DT. It is also Canada’s largest tabloid newspaper. Its head office is at 4545 Frontenac Street in Montreal.
Le Journal de Montréal covers local and provincial news, as well as sports, arts and justice. It is also known for its sensationalist news and its columnists who are often public figures. Since 2013 the newspaper also has had an investigation desk. It published several major news about Quebec’s politics, businesses, crime and national security.
The journal is available to you at home or at work in the form of an E-edition. It is the same edition as the printed copy available at the newsstand. Hence, it is the most popular daily newspapers in Quebec, published 7 days a week in print, on the web and on the J5 mobile application. You can visit them at their website or get an access to their online e-Edition journal.