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Princess Auto confirms Laval as second Quebec store location

Princess Auto is delighted to announce that its second store location in in the province of Quebec will be in Laval.

Last month, the announcement of the family-owned Canadian retailer's expansion to the province of Quebec was met with great enthusiasm from Quebec fans and customers.

The Laval store will be located near Robert-Bourassa Boulevard and the Saint-Jérôme store will be located near Grand Héron Boulevard. Both stores are scheduled to open in fall 2019 and will offer easy access and ample parking.

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Atlantic Canadians buying far more pot than rest of country, sales figures show

People in Atlantic Canada are buying far more legal cannabis per capita than Canadians elsewhere in the country, Statistics Canada figures show.


The national statistics agency released province-by-province sales numbers for the first six weeks of legalization up to December 1.

The numbers reveal dramatic differences between provinces. Prince Edward Island tops the list, with residents on average spending $13.83 each on legal pot in six weeks. Nova Scotia came second, at $11.34.

Newfoundland and Labrador and New Brunswick came third and fourth, respectively.

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Canada’s leading mattress retailer opens 264th location in Etobicoke

Sleep Country recently opened the doors to its newest standalone store in south Etobicoke, marking Canada’s leading mattress retailer’s 264th location in the country.

toronto.com

Toronto woman claims former employer, David’s Bridal, left her off schedule after wearing

A Toronto woman who applied for a job at David's Bridal claims she was unfairly left off the schedule at work over a head scarf.

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