Saturday, June 16, local startup Feed it Forward will open the world’s first pay-what-you-can grocery store at 3324 Dundas Street West. This retail shop will include a bakery, café, soup bar, rooftop garden, and a large selection of produce grown at the company’s farm in Whitby. Here’s how the pay-what-you-can grocery store works: Feed it Forward’s founder, executive chef Jagger Gordon, rescues food from anywhere he sees waste. This could be Ontario grocery stores, farmers, growers, bakeries, distributors, restaurants …
Kitchen Nation (www.kitchennation.ca), a one-stop destination for kitchen and bathroom renovations in the GTA, has announced the grand opening of two new showrooms to offer a one-of-a-kind shopping experience to its customers in Toronto and Vaughan. The Toronto store is located at 77 Samor Road, #3, Toronto and boasts of an impressive 6000 sq. ft. floor plan. The Vaughan store [Unit#69] is located within the Improve Canada Mall, the largest home improvement mall in North America.
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The Quebec government is among the most conservative in the country when it comes to the sale and distribution of cannabis. Is the province missing out?