Central Canada: ON/QC/Maritimes
A subsidiary of Strathallen Capital Corp. ("Strathallen") announced today that it has entered into an agreement of purchase and sale to acquire a portfolio of retail properties from a subsidiary of OneREIT for a purchase price of $703.5 million, plus certain capital expenditures and leasing costs and commissions relating to such properties for cash consideration, net of the assumption of existing mortgage debt relating to such properties, and subject to working capital and other adjustments (the "Strathallen Acquisition"). The Strathallen Acquisition will be funded by Strathallen Retail Property Fund IV and an institutional investor.
Radial announced today its plan to bring on an additional 150 workers in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, to support the busiest time of year in the retail industry. As more people shop online, job opportunities in the fulfillment and transportation sectors have expanded dramatically to ensure consumers' holiday packages arrive at their doors on time.
The space, once occupied by Target, in the west wing of the CF Galeries d'Anjou, is today a renewal! Like many, the departure of the American giant left a huge vacuum at this place in the shopping center, which had just undergone a revitalization cure in 2013.
The owner of a comic book shop in Lower Sackville, N.S., has put a “trans-owned business” sign in his window to make the space more visible for youth.
Loblaw Companies Ltd. (TSX:L) has issued a warning ahead of Ontario’s minimum wage hike in 2018 and 2019.
A man was caught on camera prying a $7,000 crystal from a statue outside of a jewelry store in Toronto’s high-end Yorkville neighbourhood early Saturday morning.
Taj Variety, the little variety store on King Street is officially for sale just like it has been since 2015. So far there are no buyers.
A new store in Toronto hopes to bring stylish accessories for weed smokers to the masses.
A petition is calling for the lottery kiosk, operated by the society, to be removed from the Quartier Cavendsh or put under new management.
Sunil Jiandani would rather shop in a store than online, which now seems a bit ironic given the line of business he’s in now.