Ontario is set to get 50 more cannabis retail stores starting in October with a lottery for 42 retail sore authorizations and another eight on First Nations reserves through a separate process.
Online thrift shops Fat Chance Vintage and Kitsch District look outside of straight sizes and binaries to provide inclusive, accessible second-hand clothing.
Nestled into a small alcove in Toronto’s east-end is a community that maintains a different way of life—The Beach Village.
Major developments in downtown Sydney, N.S., that are either underway or in the planning stages are boosting confidence in the local business sector.
The owners of the Ruff Creek convenience stores want people to know their stores have made a lot of changes recently, but quality is not one of them.
Coen Markets, which owns stores in Toronto, Brilliant, Follansbee, Wintersville, Weirton and Steubenville, is in the process of changing the branding of the stores, and has added new items and attitudes about food. They will now be called Coen Markets and their Franklin Avenue store in Toronto had its official re-opening on Thursday.
Vince’s Market has announced the 2019 recipients of its Seeds of Growth scholarship fund. This year’s recipients are Jackson Enright and Samantha McGuire, both of whom work at the Tottenham, ON Vince’s Market location. Each will receive $500 to be used towards their post secondary education. (Grocery Business Magazine)
The closure of Ottawa’s Rideau Bakery is leaving a hole in the city’s Jewish community, which lost the city’s only kosher bakeries.