The space will make you travel in, literally, small cottages that have everything you need to relax! Comfort at the rendez-vous, of course! (French/English, Montreal-Weekly)
LCBO president and chief executive officer tasked with guiding LCBO as it copes with changing consumer habits while also overseeing the end of a prohibition on recreational cannabis
Quebec's government-run cannabis monopoly has launched a hiring drive with jobs starting at $14 per hour, but it cannot yet confirm Montreal will be among the cities getting the first wave of pot stores. Candidates without criminal records are being invited to apply on the website of the corporation, which is an independently run subsidiary of the Quebec Liquor Corp. Quebec is looking to open about 20 stores by mid-October, when federal legislation legalizing cannabis enters into force...
The new MEC Queen Street store—from developer Parallax Investment Corporation and builder Broccolini—has been under construction at 300 Queen Street West since the start of 2017. New photos capturing recent progress provide a glimpse into the massing of the three-storey building designed by Sweeny &Co Architects, which is now having its final level formed.
Long time Thunder Bay retailer, Diane Petryna, is making another big move, as she repositions her business for the future. This September, Take A Hike + Take 2 Boutique will be relocating from Bay to McKellar Street. “With emerging technologies and an unprecedented shift in shopping behaviour, our old retail model is not sustainable. For independent retailers to remain successful, change is necessary, and, at Take A Hike + Take 2 Boutique, we’re not afraid to move forward in a new direction.”