Financial Times of Canada, The, was a weekly, tabloid-sized business newspaper first published as The Montreal Financial Times on 21 June 1912. It was purchased in 1961 by Southam-Maclean Publications Limited, a subsidiary of the Southam Company Limited, now SOUTHAM INC. The Montreal headquarters of the Times were moved to Toronto 1 July 1975. In 1989 Southam sold the paper to the Thomson Corp. Noted editors of the past include Bernard Keble SANDWELL, later editor of Saturday Night, and Michael Barkway. The viewpoint of Financial Timeswas orthodox business, leaning towards free-market economics. The Financial Times suffered from declining circulation due to competition from the Globe and Mail's Saturday business section and the resurgent Financial Post during the 1990s. It finally succumbed and published its last edition 18 Mar 1995.