Central/Eastern Canada News

Oxford Properties Group is planning massive real estate projects in Toronto

Plans call for two office towers, of 58 and 48 stories, about 800 rental apartments across two buildings and 200,000 square feet for retail


Toronto record store Invisible City to shut “indefinitely”

A statement sent to the retailer and label's email subscribers today explained the shop will continue to operate online while searching for new premises, citing differences with the business it shared its old address with as cause of the move.


Yorkdale dreams up Insta-worthy spaces

The Toronto mall is the latest to drive foot traffic by capitalizing on younger shoppers' desire to participate in a visual social culture.


Mid-week Kitchener Market hopes to draw big, new crowds to the downtown core | CBC News

The new mid-week market at the Kitchener Market will run every Wednesday until July 17, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. featuring vendors, live music, crafters, and a licensed bar.


'There was life': WIN City creators leaving downtown Windsor for mall location | CBC News

BB Branded co-owner Ayad Saddy said that the closure of the company's downtown Windsor location isn't a sign that the company can't do business in the city.


Montreal earmarks $400,000 to train retail workers to interact with seniors

The program will train employees who work at grocery stores, banks and hair salons on how to interact with seniors with cognitive, visual and hearing impairments. The program will also provide these employees with insight on how to identify and help vulnerable elders.


Traffic tangles or no big deal? Costco's move to Galway sparks debate | CBC News

An MHA says roundabout practice makes perfect, but some residents don't see a reason for any fuss.