The McGill Daily
In publication for over 100 years, The McGill Daily has been an important training ground for generations of journalists. Currently the second largest student newspaper in Canada, The McGill Daily circulates 5,000 issues every Monday throughout the school year. Read it online at mcgilldaily.com
In publication since 1977, Le Délit is the only French-language newspaper serving the McGill campus. It circulates 5,000 issues every Tuesday throughout the school year. Read it online at delitfrancais.com
Young, Intelligent Audience
McGill University is world-renowned and consistently rated as Canada’s top university in the medical, science and engineering fields. Our readers include multilingual, cosmopolitan McGill undergraduate and graduate students aged 17-30, faculty, administrators and support staff, as well as campus visitors. Our diverse potential readership is over 40,000 per print issue.
An Independent Voice
As the first and most established independent media on campus, we are valued by our readers for our progressive content. For over 100 years, our publications have been recognized as one of the best sources of student journalism across Canada. Both The McGill Daily and Le Délit have earned “Publication of the year” awards (SSMU) and several of our editors received the John H. Price McDonald Award for Excellence in Student Journalism (Canadian University Press).
A Multimedia Experience
Our newspapers feature full-color, magazine-style covers which set our publications apart and grab readers’ attention. Our unique circulation system allows the prominent display of each issue for a full week. In addition to the traditional newspaper format, the content of each issue is available online, where users can access bonus content and media galleries, post comments and share articles for a more interactive experience. Each issue can also be browsed through a PDF reader for a more authentic newspaper experience. Our websites are designed using a responsive layout to accommodate a variety of devices (including tablets and smartphones).