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The City of Toronto has long ruminated on the possibility of setting up a Toronto-themed gift shop at city hall. And this summer, they're taking a baby step, permitting a summertime pop-up shop, Torontopia, at the southeast corner of Nathan Phillips Square. The shop at Queen Street West and Bay Street is being run out of a shipping container by the operators of the Spacing Store in co-operation with the City of Toronto, and it will be there through to Labour Day weekend.
There’s a new storefront along Halifax’s Quinpool Road that might have caught your eye. It’s a coming home of sorts for the owners; one is from Nova Scotia and the other is from Korea, and they're bringing Korean pop culture to the Maritimes. As you walk inside, an employee will bow to you as they greet you.
Walmart Logistics will host a job fair in Cornwall on July 25 to hire another 100 people for its Cornwall Distribution Hub.
The Pointe-Claire demolition committee listened to the public, but ultimately stood by the original decisions taken concerning the Walton Ave. strip mall.
Parts of Sparks Street in downtown Ottawa are upping the fun factor this morning as officials try out some new ideas to revitalize the pedestrian mall.