The Canadian Gift Association's Toronto Gift Fair, Canada's largest most expansive home and lifestyle gift show in the country, is set to launch its Fall 2017 market on August 13, 2017. Returning to The International Centre and Toronto Congress Centre through August 16, 2017, one million square feet will be home to more than 750 exhibitors showcasing new trends and innovative products across the housewares, décor, gourmet, giftware, fashion and accessories as well as bed, bath and linen categories to over 10,000 seasoned and savvy buyers in search of the hottest must-have items to hit retails shelves next season...
After evacuating the Regent Mall in Fredericton following reports of the smell of natural gas Thursday, the Fredericton Fire Department and Enbridge Gas have given the all clear.
‘The world’s smallest record shop’ is in Batchawana Bay. It’s called Oosik Records — ‘Oosik’ is the Inuit word for the bone in a walrus’ penis. The shop is an old, formerly-refrigerated meat trailer on the side of the Trans Canada Highway, about 70 km north of Sault Ste. Marie.
An Ottawa hair salon will soon adjust its pricing so that the cost of a cut will depend on hair length, not gender.
The former grocery store burned down in early June. Minto residents were busy filling their shopping carts Thursday in the temporary Foodland location.
Tokyo Smoke breaks ground by introducing four medical cannabis strains in collaboration with Aphria Inc., one of Canada's largest licensed producers of medical marijuana.
Store owners hounded for months by animal-rights protesters until the owners agreed to put a sign in their window declaring that “killing animals is unjust no matter how it’s done.”