Listed: Ten SaltWire properties up for sale

Posted on March 04, 2019 | Gabby Peyton | 0 Comments

Over the next month, SaltWiire-owned properties will go up for sale. The company, which owns 35 newspapers across Atlantic Canada, says they are selling off vacant properties or buildings that are too large for current daily operations and states no jobs will be lost due to the building sales. The properties for sale are as follows:

• 88 College Street, Antigonish
• 255 George Street, Sydney
• 6 Louise Street, Truro
• 2 Second Street, Yarmouth
• 165 Prince Street, Charlottetown
• 400 Topsail Road, St. John’s
• 106 West Street, Corner Brook
• 164 Water Street, Shelburne
• 352 East River Road, New Glasgow
• 10-12 North Street, St. Anthony

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