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Police calls to Westbrook Mall in the city’s southwest have doubled over the last five years and some people who work there say the spike in crime has them concerned about safety.
he company that won the cannabis permit for La Ronge is looking forward to meeting with town council and First Nations communities. That’s according to a written statement provided to larongeNOW from Aura Cannabis Inc. Executive Vice-President Andrew Gordon. It states prior to applying for the store location, the company did early community engagement and will be doing more as soon as possible. “Aura knows that as a small community, La Ronge has some unique needs and this will be taken into account in store design, operating policies and staff training,” Gordon noted. “Working in age-restricted retail, social responsibility is at the heart of our business and, as we work to open our store in La Ronge, we will ensure that our store fits within the community.”
Superflux Beer – “an experiment in beer production” currently brewing out of Strathcona Beer Co. – and Brassneck Brewery have announced the release of a new collaboration to mark the anniversary of one of Vancouver’s top craft beer bars.
Prairie Sky Cannabis Inc. won the right to be the lone operator in Estevan. The Regina-based company is operated by president John Thomas and his brother, vice-president David Thomas.