This coming Monday, the mall will be doing its part to save the world's most on-trend (for good reason) insects: Bees. "From solar panels to rooftop greenhouses to urban gardens, many corporations are using their free, unused space to positively impact the environment," Square One said in a recent news release, adding that it's about to kick of a new environmental initiative. The mall says that urban beehives are being installed on the shopping centre's rooftop in response to worrying stories about the declining bee population.
The building’s vast rooftops now include green roofs, solar panel installation, beehive adoption, and an 'Elevated Eats' garden. Oxford's aim is to reduce its carbon footprint by lowering energy use improving environmental quality.
Wellwise, which caters to seniors and keeping them healthy, had its grand opening Friday in Sudbury. The store is the third of its kind for Shoppers Drug Mart; its two other locations are in Toronto.
Some Tesla customers say they now have to fork over an extra $14,000 for their new Model 3 electric cars because of Ontario's sudden decision to end an incentive program for electric and hydrogen vehicles.
Construction began this week on a new cannabis retail outlet in O'Leary.