The National Post: Spitting in the Face of Atlantic Canada since 2007. She’s taking on water, boys! It’s just a matter of time. But who’s going to come rescue them when the ship sinks?
“As we took a look at our business model, looked at how and where we’re distributed across the country — and frankly no newspaper has 100 per cent distribution across the country, it’s just too big — we made some hard decisions,” said Steven Hastings, National Post vice-president of marketing and reader sales. “This was one of the decisions we took. The fact of the matter is that we think we continue to offer an incredibly robust product online. And it really is a reflection of how our business is changing,” Hastings told CBC News.
After delivering that steaming pile of spin, Hastings then raised his hands to cover his mouth and added in a stage whisper, “Elp-hay a uy-gay out-yay, I’m-ay ookling-lay or-fay a ew-nay ob-jay…”