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Alberta coffee company setting up shop at Edmonton International Airport – Edmonton

An Alberta-based coffee roasting company is moving its business to the Edmonton International Airport. Alternate Route Coffee, a coffee importer and roasting company, is setting up its roastery and distribution centre at EIA’s Airport City Sustainability Campus. “Who we’re partners with is really important. We want that to be…
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Edmonton CFL player originally from Mexico City sets up roots with new chocolate shop – Edmonton

A player who was drafted to the Edmonton Football Team in 2019 has set up roots in the city and opened up a specialty chocolate and coffee shop. Diego Viamontes moved up north from Mexico City in November 2019 to join the EE Football team as a wide receiver,…
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Tourism sector partners to promote local holiday shopping

Still shopping for holiday gifts? Tourism Saskatoon is partnering with business districts in downtown, Riversdale and Broadway to promote local shopping for Christmas.
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Coronavirus: Shop local campaigns aim to inject millions of dollars into Quebec economy – Montreal

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many local and independent businesses are struggling to survive. To help, campaigns are emerging across the province, urging Quebecers to buy local in an effort to increase business. Read more: Coronavirus: Dorval launches campaign aiming to boost local business In Canada, 63 per cent of businesses…