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The Province Kindle Edition

3.4 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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The Province is one of the two major daily papers in Vancouver, British Columbia. It has been a vital part of the community since 1898. It has special responsibilities to the community and its people, and the newspaper takes those responsibilities very seriously.

The Province is an award-winning newspaper and has been publishing as a daily since 1898.

The Province, a tabloid, publishes daily except Saturdays and selected holidays. The Province is published by Pacific Newspaper Group Inc., a Canwest company.

The Kindle Edition of The Province contains articles found in the print edition, but will not include some images and tables. Also, some features such as the crossword puzzle, box scores and classifieds are not currently available. For your convenience, issues are automatically delivered wirelessly to your Kindle starting at 5:00 AM Vancouver local time.


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I was quite pleased to see that Amazon carried The Province, but wondered about the previous reviews. However, the reviews were at least 2 years old, so I thought I'd buy a single issue before committing to a subscription.
Uh huh. The previous reviewers, except for the generalised "Rah, rah, buy electronic newspapers!" one, may as well put today's date on their review and be just as correct.
No comics. Stray articles MIA.
I am much less inclined to get a subscription now, and will continue to buy the paper version from the corner store, as there is no delivery here.
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Good paper. However, the Kindle version does not offer a summary of all the sports scores as it does in the printed version. A very important part of the paper for me personally.
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It's almost like being back in BC which is my home away from home. Easy to read Full of local and world news. The only thing I can't quite find the classifieds
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I just compared the Kindle edition with the paper edition (Jan 14, 2011) and found tiny differences. One article in Driving missing, one article in Sports missing, one article in Sports swapped with another, no ads, no pictures, no stats, no comics, no classifieds.

Much better than I hoped for, but.... Print edition is $1.25, Kindle edition is $0.99. I find it just a bit overpriced.
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