Western Canada Continued
Metro Vancouver’s first Uncle Tetsu (4700 Kingsway/Metropolis at Metrotown) opens its doors on Friday (May 18), and that’s when Vancouverites will get their first taste of the renowned chain’s signature treat: Japanese cheesecake.
The retail store at 1238 Davie Street has been an anchor of Vancouver’s LGBT community since it opened in 1983 over on Thurlow Street.
Boyd Group Income Fund reported another strong first quarter, with sales up close to 20 per cent to $453.3 million and net earnings up 50 per cent to $20.9 million. The Winnipeg-based collision repair company, one of the largest in North America in terms of number of locations and sales, added 11 more stores during the quarter, bringing the total to 512 in five Canadian provinces that operate under the trade name Boyd Autobody & Glass and Assured Automotive (only in Ontario), as well as in 22 U.S. states under the trade name Gerber Collision & Glass.
While it has been in discussion for many years, there are no concrete plans to tear down Aldergrove Mall in the centre of the Langley community.