Shoppers looking for a “bargain” at the North Sydney Mall will only have until the end of the month.
Halifax regional council has backed away from a proposal to ban single-use plastic bags, which was put forward by Coun. Tony Mancini at Tuesday's meeting.
Business is brisk these days at Plaza Retail REIT, which has 23 projects under development or redevelopment and has been active buying and selling.
Toronto is home to the largest underground pedestrian network in North America. More than 200,000 people use the PATH every day and there are over 1,200 retail operations housed within the subterranean labyrinth that stretches over 30 kilometres in length, connecting nearly 80 office and residential buildings. It can take you from King Station, all the way to Roy Thomson Hall, without setting foot outside. From the Eaton Centre to the Air Canada Centre.
A newly formed company focused on developing Northern-made agricultural products has launched its first product. O’Clay Inc., a project of the Abitibi Commons initiative, introduced Abitibi Chèvre – an artisanal goat’s milk cheese – on Dec. 14 in Iroquois Falls. Manufactured just down the highway in Kapuskasing by Fromagerie Kapuskoise, Abitibi Chèvre is handcrafted using traditional techniques. “We buy Mennonite goat's milk from this area – Val Gagné in particular – and then it's sent to Kapuskasing to be transformed into cheese,” said Shelley Jessup, administrative manager for Abitibi Commons, who describes it as a wholesome, high-quality cheese.