Located in the US Terminal area after security, the recently opened outlet stocks a broad range of merchandise tailored at US-bound passengers, according to Vancouver Airport Authority Vice President Commercial Development Scott Norris. New brands include Herschel, Radley, Fjällräven and Mywalit in the travel category and Casio, Daniel Wellington, Sekonda and Anne Klein in the watches and jewellery category. “We are also continuing to work on redeveloping our pre-security domestic food court and shopping area and extending the international pier, creating an entirely new commercial zone and local food market within a uniquely YVR terminal environment,” Norris revealed in a recent interview.
For the second year in a row, federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau will wear a pair of shoes from Edmonton company Poppy Barley when he tables the federal government's budget next week.
McNally Robinson Booksellers opened its newest Winnipeg location this weekend on the second level of the market. The second city location accompanies McNally's flagship store at Grant Park mall.
Two weeks after being issued termination notices, the Forbidden Brewing Company (FBC) is back in business.
A new grocery store is opening its doors on the West Shore this week. Save-On-Foods is opening its newest location in Langford and its first West Shore store with grand opening celebrations this Saturday, Feb. 24. “The opportunity came up to get into an area we weren’t and we thought it would be a good fit for the community with the programs we offer,” said store manager Ted Pigeon. The store will also feature “a large focus on fresh – including fresh-made sushi, hand-stretched pizza and lots of hot meal options including a wing bar.”
Some Regina teachers are losing access to where they regularly buy school supplies, as an educational supply retailer is closing its doors permanently.