Postmedia Network, Inc. has cut 90 jobs nationally.
In B.C., newspapers The Province and The Vancouver Sun will be working together in one newsroom instead of two.
Both newspapers are published by Pacific Newspaper Group, which is a division of Postmedia.
Both newspapers will still be published.
Newspaper outlets in Calgary, Edmonton and Ottawa are also seeing the same changes.
The cuts come less than a week after Postmedia announced it was stepping up its efforts to cut costs amid continued losses in advertising, print circulation and digital media revenue.
Media reacts on Twitter
As you will no doubt hear soon, Postmedia is making cuts today. I am one of them. It is a tremendous bummer.— Eric Koreen (@ekoreen) January 19, 2016
.@univrsle From a certain point of view, nothing went wrong. This is why Postmedia was created, to be wound down while paying high interest.— Paul McLeod (@pdmcleod) January 19, 2016
If you think this has anything to do with Postmedia papers being too left/too right/too whatever, you know zip about the media industry.— Glen McGregor (@glen_mcgregor) January 19, 2016
Postmedia lays off the equivalent 15 Paul Godfrey salaries.— Justin Ling (@Justin_Ling) January 19, 2016
I'm deeply, deeply saddened to hear about Postmedia's latest cuts, and especially @ekoreen. Someone hire him. He's great.— Bruce Arthur (@bruce_arthur) January 19, 2016