As part of an EnAbling Change project with the Government of Ontario, Retail Council of Canada has developed a retail-specific Workshop and Webinar series to help retailers know what they need to do to comply with legislation that aims to improve accessibility in areas that impact the daily lives of people with disabilities...
With a retrospective opening at the Art Gallery of Hamilton in September, retailer Milli Gould and son Ben share insight into dressing women of the past – and the present
As it prepares for its annual Fashion and Design Festival, Janna Zittrer Appleby asks local designers about the secrets to the their – and Montreal’s – success
When Claude Perron opened his first erotic boutique in the 1970s, there was no way for him to know that he would some day be at the forefront of the
Staple on Queen St. E. for 35 years closes at the end of August.
LEWISTON — Michele McCarthy has wanted to own a shop on Center Street since she was a young girl.
Displays in the window of the new Downtown Exchange building are catching people’s eye.
A weatherman says he got more than he bargained for during a recent trip to a Costco in Halifax after finding a live scorpion in a bag of bananas.