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A 16 year old employee of the Foodland store in Lakeview, ON, is being described as a hero after pulling an 18 year old man from the waters of the Otonabee River. Ryan McIlwain was on his lunch break when he heard cries for help from the river. When he spotted a man in the water, he dove in, swam about 25 metres to reach the man and pulled him to shore [Grocery Business]
It was announced in 2015 that a Cabela’s store would be built in Dartmouth Crossing. It’s set to open this fall as the first location of a bigger, rebranded retailer.
Nova Scotia is defending its unique cannabis retail scheme that will sell weed in existing liquor stores amid criticisms the arrangement poses a public health risk.
Delightful traditional Brazilian desserts are coming to the east end.
Over the past few years, Square One has changed quite dramatically, welcoming a host of new stores (many of them high end) and restaurants. Not content to be tired or stagnant (nor should it be), Mississauga’s most iconic mall is often welcoming new retailers and dining establishments--and this year has been no different. Over the past few months, the mall has welcomed a number of new stores and restos that have gotten people taking. Some notable new openings? Popular ramen joint Sansotei, sushi burrito resto SU&BU, Japanese variety store Miniso and renowned British jewellery store Links of London. But, since the shopping centre is constantly growing, there are more shops and restaurants coming. Here’s a look at five places we think you might be most excited about
The Danforth shooter was on the job Sunday, according to a co-worker, before setting out on his deadly rampage, the Toronto Sun has learned. A former colleague who worked with Fasial Hussain at the Leaside Loblaws on Redway Rd., near Millwood Rd., said the organic groceries clerk was on shift until 3 p.m., swiped out and then sat at the picnic bench outside the store until 9 p.m.The co-worker, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said other staffers noticed him sitting at the picnic bench where employees congregate to eat their meals or take a smoke break — and just assumed he was on a break. “He sat alone most of the time (during those six hours),” she said.