Grant Robertson, the Globe and Mail's media writer, says in today's story: Canwest could not say how much the move would save, but said it does not involve any layoffs.
The Post's shortened week begins June 29 and ends with Monday publishing resuming Sept. 14.
Canwest is not considering reduced publishing days for any of its other dailies, says the Globe story.
Execs at the 10-year-old Post told Robertson Monday is the paper's lowest day for readership in the summer months. Dropping nine press runs will save on ink, paper and distribution costs.
How about Post employees? Do they work less for the same money during the summer Monday hiatus?