Central/Eastern Canada News

Roots Reopens at New Location in Square One in Mississauga

Roots has reopened its store in the mall at a new location just down the hall, across from Lush. In order to carry out the move, the store closed their doors for five days but reopened in their new home on August 9.

At the new Square One location, shoppers, will find a wide range of clothing, leather goods and accessories for men, women, children and babies.

“Founded in Toronto, Canada in 1973, and inspired by the nearby wilderness of Algonquin Provincial Park,” Roots’ website says. “We inspire the world to experience everyday adventures with comfort and style.”


RETALES: Charger Burger is Darmouth’s new gourmet burger option | The Chronicle Herald

The building was originally built as a KFC then transitioned into an Arby’s and most recently Off the Grill. Now, 392 Pleasant St. in the Woodside neighbourhood of Dartmouth is Charger Burger. Charger Burger is a second location for Lazeezo (weekly retail/restaurant update for Halifax, NS)


Second pot lottery closes, fewer applicants expected

Cities and towns in Southwestern Ontario will soon find out whether they’ll be home to the any of the second wave of cannabis retail stores opening in the fall.Applicants vying for a shot at …


8,000 Square Foot Cannabis Consumption Lounge Coming to Toronto

The upcoming byMinistry space on Adelaide St. W. is billed as one for immersive cultural cannabis experiences, with room for infused foods, workshops, and performances.


Nearly $50,000 worth of tires stolen from store in Lower Truro: RCMP

The tires that were stolen were mostly winter truck tires, with three kayaks and two stand-up-paddle boards stolen as well.


What the Montreal: Behind the Montreal bagel | CBC News

Jewish food historian and director of food programming at the Museum of Jewish Montreal Katherine Romanow knows that Montrealers love their bagels.