Mercedes-Benz Canada has put its four corporately owned Metro Vancouver dealerships up for sale. The plan also includes selling a company-owned body shop bundled with the North Vancouver store. The four stores account for about 15 per cent of Mercedes total Canadian sales volume, president Brian Fulton said in an interview.
DELTA 9 CANNABIS INC. confirms it will be applying for a license to open more cannabis retail outlets in Manitoba, as part of the second phase of retail cannabis expansion announced yesterday by the Manitoba Government. Growth, Enterprise and Trade Minister Blaine Pedersen announced Monday, July 23, that his government will issue a second public tender for companies that wish to build and operate cannabis retail stores across the Province. Mr. Pedersen said the intention is to ensure that within the first two years of legalization, 90 per cent of Manitobans will be able to access legal cannabis within a 30-minute drive or less. "In proceeding with phase two of our retail strategy, we are keeping our promise to establish a competitive retail environment that creates new economic opportunities for all Manitobans," said Pedersen.
SHARE ADJUST COMMENT PRINT A parking flare-up around a proposed neighbourhood deli in Forest Heights is pitting a local business owner against a street full of now-frustrated residents. Visitors to the popular neighbourhood pub Cartago are already plugging up residential streets, neighbours say, and now Cartago’s Katy Ingraham wants to open a cafe/deli next door. Neighbours complained to the city. The city used that to deny a permit. Cartago is fighting to overturn the ruling at the subdivision and development appeal board. It’s raising a contentious question in Edmonton: Is it a resident’s right to park in front of their house? And will city council’s push to build vibrant, mixed-use neighbourhoods across the city inevitably bring congestion?
The newest mall in the Calgary area is open for business, but the actual grand opening will not be until later this fall once more stores have moved in.