After much anticipation for many shoppers in the Edmonton area, the Premium Outlet Collection Mall near the international airport will open its doors to the public on Wednesday morning.
Calgary police are investigating after a maintenance worker at the CORE Shopping Centre discovered a man’s body inside a washroom wall.
Spokeswoman Emma Poole said a worker was called Monday morning to fix a toilet that wouldn’t flush in a women’s washroom in the downtown mall.
“If you were to look at the toilet, there’s a panel behind it so that when people move it would automatically flush,” she said. “When they removed that panel, they found a deceased person behind that wall.”
It’s tempting to giggle at the prospect of a buzzed Stony Plain with six marijuana stores, a blissed-out St. Albert with eight, and an uptight Sherwood Park with one.
Regina councillors are being asked to approve a set of zoning changes to say where cannabis dispensaries will be allowed to open.