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Quality reporting costs money. Stories take time to develop by building relationships and scrutinizing documents and data. Once a story starts to take shape, it needs to be edited for accuracy and focus. If warranted, the story is also vetted by trained legal experts. All of this time and effort requires human capital. Unlike most news organizations, the majority of your subscription dollars will go directly towards supporting our newsroom and helping us grow—with more subscribers we’ll be able to hire more reporters. If you’d like to learn more, please read here.
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Is The Logic a qualified Canadian journalism organization with the CRA?
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Do you offer group subscriptions?
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Can I purchase a subscription as a gift for a friend?
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Can I be billed monthly instead of annually?
We currently only offer annual subscriptions.
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Who funds The Logic?
The Logic is an independent, non-partisan, for-profit news organization.Our investors come from across the political spectrum and have no influence on our coverage. Details on our editorial independence can be found here.