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Ikea readies its first East Coast store, touted as Canada's most sustainable

Ikea is getting ready to officially open its first Atlantic Canadian store this week as thousands from across the region are expected to descend upon the popular Swedish furniture chain's new Halifax-


Drake to Open Sushi Restaurant in Hometown Toronto

New details have been revealed on Drake's sophomore restaurant in Toronto, thanks to a posting published on an industry job board. Apparently, the rapper's second Toronto restaurant will serve sushi and will be called Pick 6ix, reports local BlogTO. The restaurant is currently looking for an experienced sushi chef. Though the Facebook posting has since been taken down, it appears that the restaurant will also be managed by the former executive chef of The Shore Club, Angel Aaron Sevilla.


Stewart Lamont: ‘We’re in the relationship business – we sell lobster on the side’

Profile: Stewart Lamont, 62, managing director of Tangier Lobster Co. and founder of the Lobster Council of Canada, represents the lobster sector in the Nova Scotia Seafood Alliance...


Montreal bagel boss says his new plan will make neighbours breathe easy - CityNews Toronto

Robert Morena, co-owner of one of Montreal’s most-famous bagel shops, asked his neighbours to be patient on Monday, saying they’ll soon be able to breathe easier. A new filter “from Europe” will soon be making its way across the Atlantic and when it’s installed, the fine particles emanating from his wood-burning oven will be within legal limits, assured the St-Viateur Bagel proprietor.


Allied Expands Assembly Between Front and The Esplanade in Toronto's St. Lawrence Market

Allied Properties Real Estate Investment Trust ("Allied") (TSX:AP.UN) announced today that it has entered into an agreement to acquire 70 The Esplanade, which we acquired in June," said Michael Emory, President and CEO. "It affords us an accretive current yield and further augments a large assembly we've made over time in the St. Lawrence Market area."