Enjoy a digital edition of the Toronto Star on your computer, tablet or smartphone!

Get daily access to a replica of the printed paper on your computer, tablet, or smartphone with the Toronto Star ePaper.

Enjoy the newspaper feel of flipping through pages. Everything on the page in the Toronto Star print edition is what you see in the ePaper edition. The Star ePaper is a useful remote learning tool, with interactive features including keyword search, audio articles, multiple language translation, access to back issues up to 6 months, and so much more.

Our education edition includes:

  • ePaper access for up to 30 simultaneous users.
  • Complimentary Digital Access on thestar.com

UNIQUE EPAPER FEATURES

Along with the newspaper-like feel of flipping through pages, you can access a variety of interactive features which enhance your reading experience.

Search & Bookmark

Search or set up topics to monitor for keywords. Save articles via bookmarks for future reference.

Any device, anytime

Read stories in your news feed on one device and pick up where you left off on another with one account.

Back Issues

Easily find and access up to 6 months of archived editions.

Audio Articles

Listen to audio versions of articles read back to you in a variety of languages.

Print & Share

Print pages, puzzles, and images to enjoy offline, and share articles by email, blog, facebook or twitter.

Translated text

Instantly translate content into multiple languages including French, Italian, Mandarin, and more.


About Us

TRUSTED. CURRENT. RELEVANT.

These three words sum up why so many schools across the country utilize the newspaper as a teaching resource in the classroom. The newspaper is a great tool to support critical-thinking, reading, writing, social studies, and media literacy skills.

In a time when it can be hard to separate fact from fiction in the news you read online or watch on television, you can be sure that the Toronto Star will provide your students with well-researched and credible information to support their learning objectives.

Make the Toronto Star a part of your teaching toolkit, because the more students know, the more they grow.