A group of Canadian Tire employees in B.C. found out the hard way that petty theft from an employer is enough to get fired, with no compensation for years of service.
Regulations treat marijuana retailers differently from their liquor-store counterparts
City garden centres preparing for a legal cannabis home-growing boom say they want to supply a lot more than lights and fertilizer. Some say they’re being frozen out of the sale of marijuana seedlings — or clones — and seeds as cannabis legalization approaches, expected this summer. “Hopefully, we’ll be able to sell seedlings just like we do tomato plants, but right now we’re shut out,” said Harington Telford, vice-president of marketing for Greengate Garden Centres. “That’s how I make money — selling plants, whether they’re peonies or cannabis plants.”
Potal outlet in Country Grocer closed after nearly two decades, service handled by other locations
"Middle Sister is a locally owned neighbourhood boutique with a global sensibility and design-conscious aesthetic. We carry a highly edited selection of women's clothing, showcasing unique Korean and Canadian fashion designers. Uninhibited by passing trends, we focus on curating personal style and celebrating fashion to help women embrace their own personal sense of style."
Winnipeg: DeFehr Furniture has undertaken a rebranding effort aimed at contemporizing the company’s look and more proactively telling its domestic manufacturing story; a move that is intended to better position the company both within its home Canadian market and as is it explores re-entry into the U.S. retail business.