The next step in the process is applying for a building permit for the new 154,000-square-foot store on a 17-acre parcel of land.
This will be the chain’s 25th location – and the first of more planned for the GTA. In addition to abundant varieties of farm fresh produce, butcher quality meats, artisan cheese and fresh dairy, Etobicoke residents can look forward to plenty of locally made products and fresh, chef-inspired meals from the Farm Boy Kitchen.
Amherst Island General Store hasn’t changed much in the past 100 years, but its new owners have big hopes for its future.
When Kelly-Sue O'Connor moved to Lunenburg, N.S., three years ago she planned to stay.