The family-owned grocer has evolved its brand and strategy to attract a younger generation of shoppers.
Last week, we reported that, thanks to the efforts of Hampstead lawyer Harold Staviss along with Côte St. Luc councillor Ruth Kovac, the head office of Metro supermarkets committed to bilingualize printed ingredients on the pre-packaged products at its Les 5 Saisons gourmet food store in Westmount, which were only in French.
Portland Commons is a proposed 16-storey commercial development at Toronto's Portland and Wellington intersection for The Portland Property Group and designed by Sweeny &Co Architects.
There is a growing trend by developers and urban planners to create more mixed-use buildings that combine work and home life while attracting a new demographic of city dweller to the core. One of the largest of these planned projects is just west of the central business district at the Bayview light-rail station, near the intersections of Albert and Preston streets...