Owner Nicholas Nahas says the franchise has already opened a store in Edmonton, with more to follow elsewhere in Alberta, as well as in B.C. and the other Prairie provinces.
Population growth is fuelling interest in the city's retail sector
Former mayor Dave Bronconnier envisions a new food hall rising on a triangle-shaped piece of land beside the Calgary Drop-In Centre.
The Hudson’s Bay Co. and joint venture partner RioCan REIT have signed a conditional agreement to sell HBC’s flagship store in downtown Vancouver for about C$675 million to an “Asian buyer,” according to a May 7 Reuters report that cited an anonymous source who was said to be familiar with the deal. HBC and RioCan reported last year that they were seeking a buyer for its iconic flagship store at the corner of Granville and West Georgia streets, following news that the retailer was selling its Lord & Taylor Fifth Avenue store in New York City for about $1.1 billion. HBC’s decision to sell its New York and Vancouver stores is because HBC wants to monetize its sizable real estate holdings so it can invest in its retail business, which has been under siege from e-commerce giants such as Amazon.com...
Saskatchewan-based Tweed Grasslands, Yorkton — owned by international cannabis company Canopy Growth Corporation — won the most permits to operate retails locations in Saskatchewan.