Dubbed “Live at CF Richmond Centre,” the project got the green light recently from the city’s development permit panel to start moving ahead with the first phase, which will include 1,166 homes including 79 affordable housing units, new streets, a public plaza as well as street-level shops and services.
Robinson's Outdoor Store is marking its 90th anniversary. Tess van Straaten takes us back through the decades of this four-generation family business.
Indigenous clothing company SheNative Goods has opened a new flagship store at 714A 2nd Avenue North in Saskatoon.
Friday’s announcement that cannabis edibles could be legally available by mid-December was taken in stride by the craft confectioner who operates Choklat. Churchill said the company should be capable of producing 100,000 doses of 10-mg THC chocolate bars a day by that time.
In a previous article, it was revealed that Dr. Jean Paul Lim, a BC-based clinical instructor and entrepreneur, had been denied an opportunity to open his cannabis stores in relation to the SLGA’s final application review process, and was basically waiting to hear the fate of his would-be businesses. In addition to the location in Outlook that was set to open on Saskatchewan Avenue – two doors down from The Outlook, in fact – Lim also had storefronts in the communities of Melfort and Rosetown.