The Audit Bureau of Circulations (the people who measure how many people subscribe to newspapers, as opposed to NADbank which measures how many people read them) has released numbers for this summer.
The National Post went down considerably (20% due mostly, I'm guessing, to their decision to not publish Mondays this summer), the Globe went down too (8%), as did Le Soleil (5%) and, just barely, La Presse and Le Devoir (less than 1%).
Sun Media, which owns the Journal de Montréal and Journal de Québec, is part of rival CCAB, and so numbers aren't available for those newspapers.
Still, a conclusion is hard not to reach here. The Gazette is the only paper with a significant circulation increase, and it is also the only paper that currently employs me.
I expect my huge bonus cheque will be waiting for me in my office mailbox this week.