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As Starbucks shops across Ottawa get ready to close Monday afternoon for what's being called anti-bias training, some people of colour are hoping the global coffee chain will take further steps to make its spaces more welcoming for everyone.
An eatery at the Cornwall Square food court abruptly shut down Monday. An Ontario bailiff was at the New York Fries location in the mall food court this morning. Bailiffs are hired to repossess or seize property or to evict commercial tenants, according to Consumer Protection Ontario. “This development with New York Fries was a Cara Operations decision,” Cornwall Square Retail Manager Karen Burns told Cornwall Newswatch.
Toronto police have released surveillance camera footage of a man accused of smashing a glass window at a high-end jewelry store in Yorkville on two separate occasions.
First teased back in December, the Dime toaster is finally here. The Montreal skate brand has emblazoned its logo on the side of a classic white toaster, which presumably works exactly like a regular toaster. For Dime fans, however, the extra detailing likely makes it all worth it. Standard features include a built-in timer, spring-loaded lever and two slots for bread. With any luck, the toaster will actually toast the Dime logo and botched Ecce Homo onto the bread, though that would limit how toasty the bread could get. Dime’s bespoke toaster drops June 16 at the brand’s Montreal store and June 18 via Dime’s website.