Edmontonians looking for work in the retail and service sectors flocked to a job fair for a soon-to-open outlet mall near the Edmonton International Airport Saturday. General manager of the Premium Outlet Collection Edmonton International Airport, Jason Bos, said hundreds turned out for the job fair, where 40 retailers are hiring ahead of the mall's May 2 opening. "We've exceeded our expectations. Before we were even open, there was a line-up outside the door, so we're very pleased with the turn out here at the job fair," he said.
Robins and the first green sprigs of grass are sure signs spring is on the way in Calgary, as are the droves of gardeners that reliably flock to Sunnyside Greenhouses in anticipation of the season.
TEAK Furniture Centre, one of the last stores of its kind in the country, is headed for the big showroom in the sky.
Some bags can be stylish, but too cavernous, while others can boast all the functionality of a Swiss Army Knife, but look too — utilitarian. Thankfully, a Vancouver-based accessories brand called Mary Rich is looking to create products that provide the perfect balance between good style and usability. We caught up with the brand’s founders, Jana Macova and Shanli Najafy, to learn more about the line, their mission and more...
The overlapping sign was a compromise reached between a developer and the city back in the mid-1990s.
Nearly 40 per cent of thrift store revenue is paid to the Town of Princeton
Animal lovers in Edmonton lined up for hours for a chance to adopt more than five hundred cats, dogs, fish, reptiles and even spiders from the Edmonton Humane Society.