“We’re looking at a $2-billion private investment in Montreal, I think that bodes very well,” Ensemble Montreal Leader Lionel Perez says.
A Moncton spokesperson expects city council will discuss what to do about the street name Cabela's Court at an upcoming meeting now that the hunting, fishing and outdoor gear store has closed.
Convenience stores in New Brunswick will no longer be able to sell certain medications due to a recent decision by the province’s college of pharmacists, a move that has drawn the ire of store owners
Charles-Théodore Viau, who made his fortune in the 1800s in the bakery business, dreamed of creating a model village based on design principles that eventually coalesced into a movement known as City Beautiful.
Downtown Guelph's lack of parking reached another tipping point earlier this month when work on the Wilson street parkade broke ground. The project will close the city's go-to lot for retail customers, city hall traffic and event goers until at least the summer of 2019. But the result will be exactly what this growing city needs — a 496 spot, $20.4 million parkade that will be the first significant addition of new parking downtown since the '80s...