Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and his councillor brother Doug Ford allegedly helped one of the world’s largest commercial printers, RR Donnelley, lobby city staff about taking over part of the city’s printing operations around the same time the Ford family’s label business was negotiating to accept business referrals from Donnelley, according to a Globe and Mail investigation.

The revelation that the mayor and Councillor Ford tried to help a potential business partner secure a city contract comes just weeks after The Globe revealed that the Fords repeatedly intervened with city staff on behalf of

Andy Paparozzi visited St. George’s Golf and Country Club in Toronto on Wednesday morning to lead a talk entitled “The Printing Industry: Creating Our Own Recovery” hosted by OPIA. He warned a “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it” mentality will spell the demise for printers.

Symcor, one of North America’s leading document processing and transactional printing companies announced they have recently invested in a new continuous full colour printer in partnership with Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery.

TORONTO, June 23 (Reuters) - Bankrupt commercial printer Quebecor World Inc (IQW.TO) said on Tuesday that its creditors have approved its U.S. and Canadian plans of reorganization. The Montreal-based company said about 86.4 percent of all voting creditors across classes had voted to accept the company's third amended U.S. reorganization plan.

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