It is worth noting that the London Free Press, which is one of the biggest boosters of university sports among Ontario papers, is ceasing to be a seven-day-a-week paper.
Toronto Sun Family noted that the Freep is chopping its Sunday edition. It will change the nature of their comprehensive Mustangs coverage, which I do look forward to reading (my reasons are my own) each Sunday.
Not having a Sunday paper should not hurt the paper product. Mike Koreen at the Kingston Whig-Standard and Jim Wallace at the St. Catharines Standard, to name two sportswriters at dailies with no Sunday edition, are very good about filing for the web while covering weekend games. It's just another step in the changing media landscape.