The city of Edmonton is asking the public for input on the distance between liquor stores.
Concern and disappointment are being felt across Manitoba's north as Greyhound plans to end its passenger bus and freight service across Western Canada by the end of October.
Crampton’s Market won’t be serving Prairie produce to shoppers in Winnipeg this time next year. After 20 years at the corner of Bishop Grandin Boulevard and Waverley Street, Crampton’s Market is on the move. The hyper-local south Winnipeg grocer — known for its Manitoba-grown produce, ethically raised meats and in-store bakery — announced on Tuesday plans to move to Headingley in May 2019 because its landlord, Manitoba Hydro, decided not to renew the lease. "It’s going to be same, same, but bigger," said Erin Crampton, who co-owns the shop, which sells products sourced from almost 100 Manitoba farmers. The store will still be in business during regular hours throughout the summer at its current location, she added.
Three-minute dash through Toys R’ Us a joint venture with the Starlight Children’s Foundation