A long-time bagelry around Vancouver has been forced to temporarily close some of its shops because it can't find enough staff to keep them running.
Overall retail vacancy was relatively flat in the first six months of this year: CBRE
With contractors from various trades working every day, Tim Shultz is confident the space will open this fall — tentatively in October.
"Ghost kitchens," also known as "virtual kitchens," have been cropping up across the country and this fall, they'll be coming to Winnipeg. Strolling down the street, you won't pass any storefront for these restaurants, because they don't have one. Ghost kitchens are just that — kitchens and nothing more. They have no take-out counter and no dining area. The only way to get their food? Third-party delivery companies like Skip the Dishes, Uber Eats and Just Eat.
Love 2 Thrift Yukon is looking for financial community support in order to get a permanent thrift store up and running in Whitehorse. The new local organization has held five pop-up thrift stores in locations across the city this year. But they said it's not sustainable to keep holding pop-up shops in the long run. "A permanent location would certainly be crucial for this to be sustainable," said Angela Krueger, steering committee member for the Whitehorse Community Thrift Store. "We can't continue to just do pop-ups," she said because it takes a lot of time and many people to put them on.