For years, part of Edmonton's identity went hand-in-hand with the behemoth retail centre in the city's west end. When West Edmonton Mall opened in 1981, it was the biggest indoor shopping mall in the world. And it just kept growing. Three decades later, West Edmonton Mall is still bustling — and other malls are thriving, too. Retail analyst Craig Patterson says Edmonton is a "shopping capital."
Custom sculpted golden dogs and hundreds of red lanterns provide the backdrop for the Lunar New Year celebrations at Vancouver’s Oakridge Centre. With the focus on the Year of the Dog, the shopping centre’s dramatic gold and red décor sets the stage for celebrations and events where everyone can join in the fun, says Oakridge Centre’s general manager Susan Nicol...
Vancouver’s Sustainable Produce Urban Delivery (SPUD) has partnered with a major Canadian grocer and will deliver that grocer’s online orders in Metro Vancouver out of a new 74,000-square-foot warehouse on Trapp Avenue in Burnaby, SPUD CEO Peter van Stolk told Business in Vancouver.
A Whitehorse local food market has been damaged by flooding . A water main ruptured underground and the water rose with enough force to crack concrete.
Premier Rachel Notley unveiled the panel Friday amid an ongoing feud over the energy project.
A Calgary Tex-Mex eatery is retreating from a legal food fight with a billion-dollar restaurant franchise firm over the phrase “Taco Tuesday.”