From The Globe and Mail:
National Post columnist David Frum — a former Bush White House speechwriter — has quit the paper, blaming the firing of two senior editors and editorial interference from the Post’s owners for his decision. And star writer Christie Blatchford also says she is pondering her future after the departure of founding editor Ken Whyte and deputy editor Martin Newland.
Things aren’t looking good for the Post. I’m going to miss that paper once it’s gone, if indeed it does go. Update: Dave Frum does a good job explaining the significance of what’s happened. Update 2: A moving tribute by Christie Blatchford.