The highlight of the store has to be Sephora’s Beauty Tip Workshop, only the third one in Canada. A 10-seat station in the middle of the store combines digital technology and beauty services. There, customers can access self-guided tutorials via iPads, take part in a group beauty class or virtually try on lip and lashes through the Beauty Board, a digital gallery with USB ports and Wi-Fi so clients can play and share their new looks online.
The carbon tax has Manitobans bracing to pay more for fuel and home heating, but the impact could have a further hit on your pocketbook.
The Sahali Save-On-Foods store has been honoured for going that extra mile, winning the Best Customer Service Award among all 164 stores across Western Canada.
Company president Darrell Jones was in Kamloops on Monday to present store manager Neil Allkins and his team with the prestigious accolade for 2017.
“Success in our business is all about people and the exemplary job that this team did in 2017 is a real opportunity for all of our other stores to learn from the very best,” Jones told a group of employees who gathered inside the store for the presentation.
The new year has brought changes to Cityplace: two restaurants recently opened in the downtown retail and office complex, and two more are set to open their doors in the coming months.