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History publishing house plans to build new offices and move offices out of Toronto

History publishing house plans to build new offices and move offices out of Toronto

The History Publishing House is announcing plans to relocate offices from the Toronto district to a new building in the heart of downtown.

The company said in a statement Friday that it is looking to build the new headquarters in the area of College and Lawrence streets.

It is looking for a building with “a very similar design to the one that we already have” to accommodate its “growing operations.”

The company, founded in 1998, has published about 6,000 books in print since the company’s inception.

It has also published about 3,000 e-books, with the bulk of its e-book production taking place in Toronto and Montreal.

The current headquarters is located at 441 College and Avenue.

A spokesperson for the History Publishing houses said the new offices will be used for its eBooks production.

The organization said the move will bring the company “much closer to its mission of creating a broad and influential brand of history books.”

It added that the move is part of a strategic strategy to increase the volume of the company┬┤s eBooks and build a “better and more profitable company.”

The organization’s website states that the company publishes about 5,000 titles per year.

The new offices are expected to open in the coming months.

History Publishing is the oldest publisher of hardback books in Canada.

Its books are published in more than 50 languages.

The history publisher said it will continue to produce “the highest quality and most popular books in the history of our industry.”