Next week, The Times will return to publishing on Wednesday and Friday.
The shift from the Tuesday and Thursday schedule, in effect since 2011, will take effect the week of April 5.
In a related move, the Langley Advance is switching from publishing twice a week to a single edition on Thursday.
The Advance is one of a number of newspaper titles, related publications and digital properties which Black Press, the owner of The Times, acquired from Glacier Media. The sale, first announced in December, was completed last Tuesday.
The Aldergrove Star, also published by Black Press, will continue to publish a weekly edition on Thursday.
In the Lower Mainland, Black Press also purchased the Surrey Now and Maple Ridge Times community papers.
Other papers sold by Glacier to Black were The Nanaimo Daily News, The Harbour City Star, the Alberni Valley Times, the Cowichan Citizen, Parksville Oceanside Star, Tofino/Ucluelet Westerly News, the Comox Valley Echo, and Campbell River Courier.
In a separate transaction, Black Press sold the Tri-City News, Burnaby New Westminster News Leader and the Richmond Review to Glacier Media.