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Following the Feed It Forward Soup Bar, the Ontario not-for-profit is launching the world's first pay-what-you-can grocery store, bakery and coffee shop in Toronto's Junction neighbourhood.
Montreal's always-bustling Jean-Talon Market attracts local shoppers and tourists alike, but a new plan that would relocate some parking in the area is drawing concern from merchants. Construction on a new public square, Place Casgrain, will begin next month as part of the city's larger plan to make the area more pedestrian friendly. To do it, however, 10 parking spots will be relocated from a public parking area between the SAQ and Première Moisson bakery to short-term, 15-minute parking spots on Casgrain Avenue. While longtime merchant Lino Birri says it's a good idea to reduce the number of cars in the market, he fears losing those parking spots next to his shop on the Casgrain Avenue side of the market will hamper his ability to bring merchandise in to his shop and load delivery trucks...
A Canadian restaurant has been selected as one of the top 100 restaurants in the world.