Almost all Canadian cities are served by at least one daily newspaper, along with community and neighborhood weeklies. In large cities which have more than one daily newspaper, usually at least one is in tabloid format. Bilingual cities like Montreal and Ottawa have important papers in both French and English. Canada currently has two major "national" newspapers, The Globe & Mail and the National Post. Le Devoir, although not widely read outside of Quebec, it serves as the French counterpart to the national newspapers. The newspaper with the highest circulation is the Toronto Star, and the newspaper with the highest readership is the Windsor Star. One of the leading epaper published in Canada is mentioned below.