Western Canada Continued
The owner of a specialized bakery in Winnipeg has been surprised at the extent Ottawa's retaliatory tariffs on the United States will hamstring her business.
At least 40 people will lose their jobs when Neechi Commons ceases operations today in the brick grocery-and-retail complex on Main Street. Due to construction and renovation costs that left the co-op
When Taras Ostashewsky died on June 13, just 64 years old, there was an outpouring of grief and affection from Edmontonians past and present. Whether you knew him from the record store he ran and personified for more than a decade, as a driving force behind the old Jazz City music festival and the Edmonton Film Society, or simply as a voluble, hilarious, compassionate and endlessly knowledgeable presence in the city, he left a permanent mark. An early-80s feature in the long-lost Edmonton Report, beyond the reach of Google now but still sharp in my memory, called Taras “Mr. Intangible,” and it was the perfect nickname...
The city of Edmonton is reviewing the city's hookah bars and shisha lounges with the aim of clarifying how they are licensed, a report released Thursday shows.
Not only will the Roughriders be paying tribute to the Humboldt Broncos and their families ahead of the game against the Montreal Alouettes but special merchandise will be available for purchase at Rider Store at Mosaic Stadium. “Early on we spoke with the Broncos and really we wanted to help in any way we could,” said Mark Habicht, the Roughriders director of retail operations. As it happened, the Broncos were having trouble keeping up with an overwhelming request of Humboldt Broncos merchandise and that’s where the partnership began.