There’s a tiny shop on Bathurst, surrounded by demolition and development. Its technicolour door is dwarfed by the skeleton of Honest Ed’s, and a shuttered storefront — recently sold — cozies up on the other side. The smell of incense floats out the door when it’s opened, along with the faint hum of music. Long wooden bookshelves are filled with titles from Sacred Medicine to Cactus of Mystery: the Shamanic Powers of the Peruvian San Pedro Cactus. Patrons can pick up brown paper bags of sencha green tea or reishi mushroom slices for $8 a bag.
The owner of Off The Wall Eyewear Emporium in Moncton has glasses that appeal to non-conformists and little kids too.
Local shoppers hoping for an Old Navy store in North Bay should prepare for disappointment.
Menkes Developments Ltd. ("Menkes"), on behalf of a partnership comprised of Menkes, Greystone Managed Investments Inc. and Triovest Realty Advisors Inc., broke ground today on a new landmark office tower on the Toronto waterfront called 100 Queens Quay East. The office tower is the first phase of a vibrant new mixed-use community called Sugar Wharf, which will include employment, retail and residential uses, a new public elementary school and a new two-acre public park...
Drake hosted his star squad at his newest Toronto dining destination, Pick 6ix this week, with NBA pals LeBron James and Dwyane Wade among some of his VIP guests.