Two Vancouver journalists have been let go from one of the city's community papers.
According to a tweet from a veteran Vancouver Courier staffer, Andrew Fleming and Cheryl Rossi have been laid off.
Fleming has written for many publications during his career and was at the Vancouver Courier for more than four years. He's also the author of The Bathroom Book of Atlantic Canadian Trivia: Weird, Wacky and Wild.
Known for his sense of humour, here's how Fleming describes himself on his website: "Andrew enjoys long candlelit walks on the beach, playing net and talking about himself in the third person."
Rossi was at the Vancouver Courier for more than 10 years, covering education and arts, among other subjects.
The paper has also appointed Michael Kissinger as editor, replacing Barry Link, and is only publishing one edition a week rather than two. Link is still with the company.
The Vancouver Courier is owned by Glacier Media Group. It reported a $4.55-million profit on revenues of $56.07 million in the first quarter of 2015.