Central/Eastern Canada News

LCBO warns customers of alcohol shortage across province

During the height of the summer backyard barbecue season, the LCBO is warning its customers about a shortage affecting stores throughout the province.

Store shelves are noticeably bare, with customers complaining that some of their favourite wines are completely out of stock, while beer shelves look like they’ve been raided before a long weekend.

The blame, the LCBO says in a statement, can be placed on its new warehouse management system at their Durham Retail Service Centre – automated technology that keeps track of inventory, stocks stores and fills wholesale orders.

toronto.ctvnews.ca

Ontario Food Terminal staying put in Etobicoke | Canadian Grocer

After hinting at big changes to the historic Ontario Food Terminal (OFT), including a possible sale, the Ontario government now says the terminal will stay in Toronto’s west end Etobicoke location.

canadiangrocer.com

Massive LCBO 'landmark store' opens in downtown Toronto today

The new 22,000 sq. ft. store LCBO includes 13,935 sq. ft. of retail selling space, offering a wide assortment of wines, beers, and spirits.

dailyhive.com

Etobicoke's Vital Planet Health Shop settles in at its new digs

It's a small distance for Vital Planet Health Shop, but its move to a newly renovated space on Lake Shore Blvd. W. in Etobicoke seems to be a perfect fit.

toronto.com

A Very Unique Shop Has Opened in Square One in Mississauga

Square One has a little bit of everything: Lots of stores, tons of restaurants and a few choice recreational hotspots.Now, however, it's home to something quite unexpected: an on-trend tattoo parlour.

insauga.com

Stop throwing your trash behind our business, demands Plateau restaurant

The owner of Indian restaurant India Rosa has found a creative way to encourage his neighbours to keep their trash to themselves.

globalnews.ca

Opinion | Mississauga is missing out on cannabis

Yesterday, the Ontario Minister of Finance announced that another round of cannabis retail stores will be opened in the province and a dozen more in the Greater Toronto Area.

mississauga.com