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Eight years after a government-appointed task force explored liquor use in Nunavut, the unveiling Sept. 6 of the territory’s first walk-in beer and wine store signaled a new era in Iqaluit, as customers quickly filled the store to make their first over-the-counter booze purchases.
A new business is looking to mend the gap in local sewing services. Fort Saskatchewan Tailors held a grand opening with an official ribbon cutting as they celebrated the opening of their new business on Sept. 3. Located in Market Square next to Sky-Hi Pizza & Donair, Fort Saskatchewan Tailors offers complete alterations from jeans, to pant hems, to formal dresses, to wedding gowns, to zippers, to drapes. Basically, any article of clothing, they will take a look at and see if they can repair it and they’re nowhere new to the sewing scene. “We’ve been in business for about 20 years. It’s a family-owned business. My mom is the one behind all of this. She started our store in Millwoods, Edmonton, then they opened a store in Leduc and this is their third store,” said co-owner, Beverly Masilungan during Sunday’s grand opening.