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The LCBO and the Beer Store are among the list of stores and attractions which will remain open on July 1.
Andrew Baker, a founding partner and broker of record for Lennard Commercial Realty, announced today that the firm is rebranding and moving to a new, larger head office in downtown Toronto. Lennard is an independent Canadian commercial real estate brokerage offering a complete range of real estate services to occupants, tenants, owners, and investors in the office, retail, industrial, land, and multi-family sectors in Toronto and the GTA, and across Canada and North America. The rebrand and move reflect Lennard's ongoing business expansion, but the firm remains characterized by high performance and its special focus on client service. "We are at a crucial stage in our business," comments Baker. "Given the growth we have been experiencing, it was time for us to revisit our brand. We are seasoned real estate experts with excellent support staff, and that will never change. But we are always evolving to keep up with what the market demands. Now our brand, our look, aligns with who we are."
Born with spina bifida and hydrocephalus, Alejandra Germanese was one of 10 Canadian kids given the chance to storm the shelves at the famous toy store.
Gatineau, Que., will be getting a retail store licensed to sell marijuana before the end of the year, city councillors learned Thursday.
A Nova Scotia Mi'kmaq community is already talking with entrepreneur Ross Rebagliati about opening a retail cannabis store.