Transcontinental has strong first quarter & profitability improves for third
quarter in a row


    
    - Growth of 41% in adjusted operating income before amortization despite
      11% decrease in revenues or 2.7% on a comparable basis.
    - Growth of 68% in adjusted net income applicable to participating
      shares; on a per-participating share basis, adjusted net income
      applicable to participating shares rose 63%, from $0.19 to $0.31.
    - Substantial growth in net income applicable to participating shares,
      from a loss of $6.4 million to a gain of $26.2 million; on a per-
      participating share basis, net income applicable to participating
      shares went from a loss of $0.08 to a gain of $0.32.
    - Announcement by the Corporation of a 12.5% increase in its quarterly
      dividend, to $0.09 per participating share.
    - New digital communication platforms: upcoming launch of pre-shopping
      site dealstreet.ca/publisac.ca and online business reputation
      management tool on weblocal.ca.
    - Continued to work on setting up hybrid newspaper and flyer printing
      platform in Transcontinental's plants across Canada, to be fully
      operational by late 2010.
    - Corporation tables first Sustainability Report.
    - As at January 31, 2010, the ratio of net indebtedness (including the
      securitization program) to adjusted operating income before
      amortization was 2.40 compared to 3.25 as at January 31, 2009.
    - Agreement in February 2010 to sell substantially all of the assets of
      Direct Mail Group in the U.S. to IWCO Direct, headquartered in
      Minnesota, for net proceeds of more than US$100.0 million.
    
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<p><span class="xn-location">MONTREAL</span>, <span class="xn-chron">March 17</span> /CNW Telbec/ - Transcontinental's profitability was up substantially in first quarter 2010 compared to first quarter 2009, for the third quarter in a row. Adjusted operating income before amortization rose 5% and 15% in the third and fourth quarters of 2009, and 41% in the first quarter of 2010. This growth is directly related to the measures implemented in 2009 to rationalize costs and improve efficiency, the reorganization and divestiture of certain operations and, to a certain extent, the stabilization in customer advertising spending. Revenues were down 11% in the quarter, due to the negative impact of the exchange rate, the divestiture or closure of plants and publications, and paper prices. Excluding these latter items and thanks to the contribution of the two contracts with Rogers Communications, which took effect in 2009, and the contract to print the <span class="xn-location">San Francisco</span> Chronicle which started in <span class="xn-chron">July 2009</span>, revenues were down only 2.7%.</p>
<p>"Our first quarter results show a marked increase in our profitability compared to the first quarter of 2009, and this is the third consecutive quarter in which it has improved," said François Olivier, President and Chief Executive Officer. "I attribute our strong performance to four main factors: continued customer confidence in our products and services, the reorganization and sale of some of our operations, the rationalization plan that we quickly implemented last year, and the concerted efforts by our employees to develop greater efficiency. Furthermore, we kept investing to strengthen promising traditional areas as well as our new digital communication platforms and to develop new marketing services to meet the emerging needs of our customers. Which all helps to build the new Transcontinental day by day!</p>
<p>"Transcontinental is now a more flexible organization, and one that is even more focused on its strategic assets and priorities," said <span class="xn-person">Mr. Olivier</span>. "With our enviable financial situation, strong brands, unique approach to combining print with digital, and investments, we will be able to keep providing our customers with custom and turnkey solutions, and take full advantage of opportunities as they arise in our markets."</p>
<p>As at <span class="xn-chron">January 31, 2010</span>, the ratio of net indebtedness (including the securitization program) to adjusted operating income before amortization was 2.40, versus 3.25 as at <span class="xn-chron">January 31, 2009</span>, due to the preferred share placement, an increase in adjusted operating income before amortization, and the rise of the Canadian versus the U.S. dollar. Furthermore, the Corporation has now achieved its objective, set in fiscal 2009, of maintaining this ratio within a target range of 2.00 to 2.50. Note that in the first quarter, the Corporation repaid and cancelled before maturity credit facilities of <span class="xn-money">$150 million</span> arranged with its banking syndicate in fiscal 2009.</p>
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<p>Financial Highlights</p>
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<p>In the first quarter ended <span class="xn-chron">January 31, 2010</span>, Transcontinental recorded consolidated revenues of <span class="xn-money">$559.3 million</span>, compared to <span class="xn-money">$625.4 million</span> in the first quarter 2009, down 11%. The decrease stems mainly from an unfavourable exchange rate effect of <span class="xn-money">$20.5 million</span>, the divestiture or closure of plants and publications, net of acquisitions, which accounted for <span class="xn-money">$18.2 million</span>, and the decline in paper prices which had a negative impact of <span class="xn-money">$10.4 million</span> on revenues. Excluding the divestitures or closures of publications and plants, the impact of the exchange rate and paper prices, and the acquisitions in fiscal 2009, the decline in revenues was only 2.7%.</p>
<p>Adjusted operating income before amortization rose from <span class="xn-money">$58.3 million to $82.4 million</span>, up a significant 41%, mainly due to the impact of the rationalization measures implemented in 2009 to combat the recession.</p>
<p>Net income applicable to participating shares rose substantially, from a loss of <span class="xn-money">$6.4 million</span> in first quarter 2009 to a gain of <span class="xn-money">$26.2 million</span>; on a per-share basis, it went from a loss of <span class="xn-money">$0.08</span> to a gain of <span class="xn-money">$0.32</span>. Adjusted net income applicable to participating shares, which does not take into account unusual items related to asset impairment, restructuring costs and income tax adjustments, also grew substantially, from <span class="xn-money">$15.1 million to $25.3 million</span>; on a per-share basis, net income applicable to participating shares rose from <span class="xn-money">$0.19 to $0.31</span>.</p>
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<p>For more detailed financial information, please see Management's Discussion and Analysis for the First Quarter ended <span class="xn-chron">January 31, 2010</span> at <a href="http://www.transcontinental.com">www.transcontinental.com</a>, under "Investors."</p>
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<p>Operating Highlights</p>
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<p>Below are the main operating highlights to date.</p>
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    - Transcontinental's growth is largely based on its ability to provide
      its customers with advertising personalization services and digital
      communication platforms that meet their new business needs. This is the
      exact focus of the Marketing Communications Sector, which was created
      early in fiscal 2009. The forward momentum of Marketing Communications
      has continued in the first quarter with the signing of several
      promising agreements with major retail brands in Canada. These
      agreements cover our advertising personalization services, which
      include personalized emails, data analytics and creation of custom
      content. Also, in March 2010, we launch the pre-shopping platform
      dealstreet.ca for English-speaking consumers, and publisac.ca for
      French-speaking consumers, in concert with the Publisac team. This
      solution allows our retail clients to optimize the return on their
      advertising dollar and consumers to compare and choose the best deals
      on the Internet.

    - The digital development of brands in the Media Sector is going well.
      For our magazines, for instance, revenues related to the Internet and
      wireless grew over 30% in the first quarter. In recent developments,
      weblocal.ca now offers local businesses the first online reputation
      management tool in Canada. This application will help companies probe,
      gather and analyze information about themselves on the Internet and in
      social networks, and adjust their marketing strategy accordingly.

    - As a printer, Transcontinental has always stood out for its
      manufacturing efficiency, technological innovation and comprehensive
      offering. Its technological superiority attracts major new clients year
      after year. Customers include Shoppers Drug Mart-Pharmaprix, Rogers
      Communications and the San Francisco Chronicle, now being printed at
      our new plant in Fremont, California. In this context, in the first
      quarter Transcontinental started to implement a unique hybrid newspaper
      and flyer printing platform through its network of plants across
      Canada. This hybrid platform, a first in Canada, comes under an 18-year
      and $1.7 billion contract with The Globe and Mail that will start in
      early fiscal 2011. It will make it possible for The Globe and Mail to
      print on glossy paper with colour on every page, and retail clients
      will have access to the latest printing technology. This highly
      promising project will require a total investment of about
      $175 million.

    - At its annual meeting of shareholders on February 18, 2010,
      Transcontinental officially tabled its first Sustainability Report
      based on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), an international
      standard for sustainability methodology. Already recognized as a leader
      in environmental protection and as an organization that is involved in
      the communities in which it operates, Transcontinental plans to broaden
      its leadership to include sustainable development, which is both a
      continuation and expansion of the Corporation's commitment to the
      environment. The report is available on the home page of the
      Transcontinental website.

    - In light of the major structural changes in our industry and the
      inevitable consolidation underway in a number of segments, on
      February 10, 2010, Transcontinental announced that it had signed an
      agreement to sell most of its direct mail assets in the United States
      to IWCO Direct, a company headquartered in Minnesota, USA. The
      transaction, which must be approved by regulators, will generate net
      proceeds of more than US$100.0 million and is expected to close in our
      second quarter. This decision reflects management's plan to focus its
      energies on core operations and to emphasize the development of its
      digital products and services. Note that Transcontinental remains the
      leader in direct marketing in Canada.
    
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<p>Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Financial Measures</p>
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<p>Financial data have been prepared in conformity with Canadian Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). However, certain measures used in this press release do not have any standardized meaning under GAAP and could be calculated differently by other companies. The Corporation believes that certain non-GAAP financial measures, when presented in conjunction with comparable GAAP financial measures, are useful to investors and other readers because that information is an appropriate measure for evaluating the Corporation's operating performance. Internally, the Corporation uses this non-GAAP financial information as an indicator of business performance, and evaluates management's effectiveness with specific reference to these indicators. These measures should be considered in addition to, not as a substitute for or superior to, measures of financial performance prepared in accordance with GAAP.</p>
<p>The following table reconciles GAAP financial measures to non-GAAP financial measures.</p>
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                Reconciliation of non-GAAP financial measures
                                 (unaudited)

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    (in millions of dollars, except per share
     amounts)                                             2010          2009
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    Net income (loss) applicable to participating
     shares                                          $    26.2     $    (6.4)
    Dividends on preferred shares                          1.7             -
    Non-controlling interest                               0.3           0.3
    Income taxes                                           4.1          (9.0)
    Discount on sale of accounts receivable                0.6           1.7
    Financial expenses                                    10.1           7.4
    Impairment of assets and restructuring costs           2.2          31.3
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    Adjusted operating income                             45.2          25.3
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    Amortization                                          37.2          33.0
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    Adjusted operating income before amortization    $    82.4     $    58.3
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    Net income (loss) applicable to participating
     shares                                          $    26.2     $    (6.4)
    Impairment of assets and restructuring
     costs (after tax)                                     1.5          21.5
    Unusual adjustments to income taxes                   (2.4)            -
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    Adjusted net income applicable to participating
     shares                                               25.3          15.1
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    Average number of participating shares
     outstanding                                          80.8          80.8
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    Adjusted net income applicable to participating
     shares per share                                $    0.31     $    0.19
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    Cash flow related to operating activities        $    55.3     $     9.5
    Changes in non-cash operating items                   (7.8)        (35.0)
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    Cash flow from operating activities before
     changes in non-cash operating items             $    63.1     $    44.5
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    Long-term debt                                   $   826.4     $   672.1
    Current portion of long-term debt                      7.4         179.1
    Cash and cash equivalents                            (29.7)        (25.2)
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    Net indebtedness                                 $   804.1     $   826.0
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<p>Dividend</p>
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<p>At its <span class="xn-chron">March 17, 2010</span> meeting, the Corporation's Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend of <span class="xn-money">$0.09</span> per participating share on Class A Subordinate Voting Shares and Class B shares which represents an increase of 12.5% over the dividend paid in the previous quarter. These dividends are payable on <span class="xn-chron">April 30, 2010</span> to participating shareholders of record at the close of business on <span class="xn-chron">April 12, 2010</span>. On an annual basis, this represents a dividend of <span class="xn-money">$0.36</span> per participating share.</p>
<p>Furthermore, at the same meeting, the Board also declared a quarterly dividend of $0.4161 per share on cumulative 5-year rate reset first preferred shares, series D. These dividends are payable on <span class="xn-chron">April 15, 2010</span>. On an annual basis, this represents a dividend of $1.6875 per preferred share.</p>
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<p>Additional Information</p>
<p/>
<p>Upon releasing its quarterly results, Transcontinental will hold a conference call for the financial community today at <span class="xn-chron">4:15 p.m. (ET</span>). Media may hear the call in listen-only mode or tune in to the simultaneous audio broadcast on the Corporation's Web site, which will then be archived for 30 days. For media requests for information or interviews, please contact Sylvain Morissette, Vice President, Corporate Communications of Transcontinental, at 514-954-4007.</p>
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<p>Profile</p>
<p/>
<p>Transcontinental provides printing, publishing and marketing services that deliver exceptional value to its clients and provide a unique, integrated platform for them to reach and retain their target audiences. Transcontinental is the largest printer in <span class="xn-location">Canada</span> and in <span class="xn-location">Mexico</span>, and fourth-largest in <span class="xn-location">North America</span>. It is also the country's leading publisher of consumer magazines and French-language educational resources, the second-largest community newspaper publisher, and its digital platform delivers unique content through more than 120 Web sites. Its Marketing Communications Sector provides advertising services and marketing products using new communications platforms supported by database analytics, premedia, e-flyers, email marketing, and custom communications. Transcontinental is a company that seeks growth with a culture of continuous improvement and financial discipline, whose values, including respect, innovation and integrity, are central to its operation.</p>
<p>Transcontinental (TSX: TCL.A, TCL.B, TCL.PR.D) has approximately 12,500 employees in <span class="xn-location">Canada</span>, the <span class="xn-location">United States</span> and <span class="xn-location">Mexico</span>, and reported revenue of C$2.4 billion in 2009. For more information about the Corporation, please visit <a href="http://www.transcontinental.com">www.transcontinental.com</a>.</p>
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<p>Note: This press release contains certain forward-looking statements concerning the future performance of the Corporation. Such statements, based on the current expectations of management, inherently involve numerous risks and uncertainties, known and unknown. We caution that all forward-looking information is inherently uncertain and actual results may differ materially from the assumptions, estimates or expectations reflected or contained in the forward-looking information, and that actual future performance will be affected by a number of factors, many of which are beyond the Corporation's control, including, but not limited to, the economic situation, structural changes in its industries, exchange rate, availability of capital, energy costs, increased competition, as well as the Corporation's capacity to implement its strategic plan and rationalization plan, engage in strategic transactions and integrate acquisitions into its activities. The risks, uncertainties and other factors that could influence actual results are described in the Management's Discussion and Analysis and Annual Information Form.</p>
<p>The forward-looking information in this release is based on current expectations and information available as of <span class="xn-chron">March 17, 2010</span>. The Corporation's management disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements unless otherwise required by the Securities Authorities.</p>
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                                     CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF INCOME (LOSS)
                                                                   unaudited

                                                         Three months ended
    (in millions of dollars, except per share data)          January 31
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                                                          2010          2009
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    Revenues                                         $   559.3     $   625.4
    Operating costs                                      417.1         493.2
    Selling, general and administrative expenses          59.8          73.9
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    Operating income before amortization, impairment
     of assets and restructuring costs                    82.4          58.3
    Amortization                                          37.2          33.0
    Impairment of assets and restructuring costs           2.2          31.3
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    Operating income (loss)                               43.0          (6.0)
    Financial expenses                                    10.1           7.4
    Discount on sale of accounts receivable                0.6           1.7
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    Income (loss) before income taxes and
     non-controlling interest                             32.3         (15.1)
    Income taxes (recovered)                               4.1          (9.0)
    Non-controlling interest                               0.3           0.3
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    Net income (loss)                                     27.9          (6.4)
    Dividends on preferred shares, net of related
     income taxes                                          1.7             -
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    Net income (loss) applicable to participating
     shares                                          $    26.2     $    (6.4)
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    Net income (loss) per share - basic              $    0.32     $   (0.08)
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    Net income (loss) per share - diluted            $    0.32     $   (0.08)
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    Average number of participating shares
     outstanding (in millions)                            80.8          80.8
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    The notes are an integral part of the consolidated financial statements.


                       CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME (LOSS)
                                                                   unaudited

                                                         Three months ended
    (in millions of dollars)                                 January 31
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                                                          2010          2009
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    Net income (loss)                                $    27.9     $    (6.4)

    Other comprehensive income (loss):

    Unrealized net change in fair value of
     derivatives designated as cash flow hedges,
     net of income taxes of $(1.9) million
     ($(1.8) million in 2009)                             (5.1)         (5.8)

    Reclassification adjustments for net change
     in fair value of derivatives designated as
     cash flow hedges in prior periods,
     transferred to net income in the current
     period, net of income taxes of $0.7 million
     ($1.5 million in 2009)                                1.9           3.3
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    Net change in fair value of derivatives
     designated as cash flow hedges                       (3.2)         (2.5)

    Unrealized net losses on translation of
     financial statements of self-sustaining
     foreign operations                                   (0.9)         (5.4)
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    Other comprehensive loss                              (4.1)         (7.9)
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    Comprehensive income (loss)                      $    23.8     $   (14.3)
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                                CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF RETAINED EARNINGS
                                                                   unaudited

                                                         Three months ended
    (in millions of dollars)                                 January 31
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                                                          2010          2009
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    Balance, beginning of period                     $   645.9     $   753.5
    Net income (loss)                                     27.9          (6.4)
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                                                         673.8         747.1
    Dividends on participating shares                     (6.5)         (6.5)
    Dividends on preferred shares                         (1.9)            -
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    Balance, end of period                           $   665.4     $   740.6
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    The notes are an integral part of the consolidated financial statements.


                                                 CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS
                                                                   unaudited

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                                                         As at         As at
                                                    January 31,   October 31,
    (in millions of dollars)                              2010          2009
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    Current assets
      Cash and cash equivalents                      $    29.7     $    34.7
      Accounts receivable                                294.1         330.7
      Income taxes receivable                             15.2           4.1
      Inventories                                         76.2          78.2
      Prepaid expenses and other current assets           22.6          23.0
      Future income taxes                                 10.2          11.9
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                                                         448.0         482.6

    Property, plant and equipment                        983.8         972.0
    Goodwill                                             670.7         673.4
    Intangible assets                                    188.0         187.5
    Future income taxes                                  169.8         165.8
    Other assets                                          57.9          68.4
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                                                     $ 2,518.2     $ 2,549.7
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    Current liabilities
      Accounts payable and accrued liabilities       $   299.1     $   378.3
      Income taxes payable                                48.2          26.8
      Deferred subscription revenues and deposits         47.1          43.7
      Future income taxes                                  2.1           0.5
      Current portion of long-term debt                    7.4           7.8
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                                                         403.9         457.1

    Long-term debt                                       826.4         819.0
    Future income taxes                                  104.7         110.0
    Other liabilities                                     52.4          48.3
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                                                       1,387.4       1,434.4
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    Non-controlling interest                               0.3           0.1
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    Commitments

    Shareholders' equity
      Share capital                                      476.2         476.5
      Contributed surplus                                 13.1          12.9

      Retained earnings                                  665.4         645.9
      Accumulated other comprehensive loss               (24.2)        (20.1)
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                                                         641.2         625.8
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                                                       1,130.5       1,115.2
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                                                     $ 2,518.2     $ 2,549.7
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    The notes are an integral part of the consolidated financial statements.


                                      CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS
                                                                  unaudited

                                                         Three months ended
    (in millions of dollars)                                 January 31
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                                                          2010          2009
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    Operating activities
      Net income (loss)                              $    27.9     $    (6.4)
      Items not affecting cash and cash equivalents
        Amortization                                      43.5          37.9
        Impairment of assets                               0.1          18.8
        Gain on disposal of assets                        (0.4)         (0.1)
        Future income taxes                               (7.3)        (14.0)
        Net change in accrued pension benefit asset
         and liability                                    (2.0)         (2.4)
        Stock-based compensation                           0.5           0.2
        Other                                              0.8          10.5
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    Cash flow from operating activities before
     changes in non-cash operating items                  63.1          44.5
    Changes in non-cash operating items                   (7.8)        (35.0)
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    Cash flow related to operating activities             55.3           9.5
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    Investing activities
      Business acquisitions                               (0.6)        (11.7)
      Acquisitions of property, plant and equipment      (63.5)        (98.7)
      Disposals of property, plant and equipment           0.8           0.1
      Increase in intangible assets and other assets      (3.2)         (2.2)
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      Cash flow related to investing activities          (66.5)       (112.5)
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    Financing activities
      Increase in long-term debt                          32.9             -
      Reimbursement of long-term debt                     (5.1)         (1.9)
      Increase (decrease) in revolving term credit
       facility                                          (12.7)         46.8
      Dividends on participating shares                   (6.5)         (6.5)
      Dividends on preferred shares                       (1.9)            -
      Issuance of participating shares                     0.1             -
      Other                                               (0.7)         (0.5)
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      Cash flow related to financing activities            6.1          37.9
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    Effect of exchange rate changes on cash and cash
     equivalents denominated in foreign currencies         0.1          (0.4)
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    Decrease in cash and cash equivalents                 (5.0)        (65.5)
    Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of period      34.7          90.7
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    Cash and cash equivalents at end of period       $    29.7     $    25.2
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    Additional information
      Interest paid                                  $     9.3     $    11.5
      Income taxes paid (recovered)                  $    (0.9)    $    19.3
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For further information: For further information: Media: Sylvain Morissette, Vice President, Corporate Communications, Transcontinental Inc., (514) 954-4007, sylvain.morissette@transcontinental.ca; www.transcontinental.com; Financial Community: Jennifer F. McCaughey, Director, Investor Relations, Transcontinental Inc., (514) 954-2821, jennifer.mccaughey@transcontinental.ca

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