Sources tell CBS 2 the paper is taking steps to cut its unionized copy and layout editors.
They include people who handle things like headlines, who check articles for accuracy, and who make the pages the way you see them.
So who would pick up the slack?
The same sources say the Sun-Times might send the work to a firm in Canada or India.
If it wasn't for the thing about checking for accuracy, I'd say use the gang from Can-West. They're definitely going to need an alternative source of income. I saw one of their staffers yesterday licking the NP front page for the calories in its ink.
Meanwhile, Canoe might dump CP:
What it basically comes down to is a phasing out of the wire. We're told now to avoid using Canadian Press as much as possible and I predict in a year or so Sun Media will no longer be associated with CP, or at least at the smaller daily papers. A couple have already cancelled the service in the past year.
The start of a broader trend?