Google News has been reporting on a story about a broken paper in an old building in downtown Vancouver, B.C. The article has prompted some people to ask about the paper, but most people who’ve seen it say it’s just a normal newspaper with a tiny hole in the top.
There’s a photo of the paper in a store window, and the headline reads: “Vancouver paper to close due to ‘safer and more affordable’ business model.”
The story itself isn’t that interesting.
A paper in the Vancouver suburb of Richmond that sells a newspaper, called The West Vancouver Post, has been shut down for the past year.
Its owners say they’re looking to find a new location for the paper.
The paper has been in a long-term lease at a building in the downtown core since 2015.
It’s been in the same building since 2009.
The owners say the paper is profitable, but that the business model isn’t viable.
They are now looking to the city for an exemption from the city’s building codes.
There are some other reasons the building is in need of repair.
The building is a vacant lot with limited parking, so it doesn’t attract people, the owners say.
The Richmond Times Dispatch newspaper has been running in the newsstand section for more than a decade, and has attracted some serious business.
But it’s also been hit hard by the financial downturn, with the newspaper reporting a $3.4-million loss in 2016.
The West B. C. Post has a circulation of around 500,000, according to its website.
It reported that it’s been the subject of two criminal investigations in the past three years, including one in 2017.