COMPLEX CANADA CELEBRATES 20 YEARS OF CONVERGENCE CULTURE

COMPLEX CANADA CELEBRATES 20 YEARS OF CONVERGENCE CULTURE

In 2002, Complex Magazine launched with the mission to highlight and champion the accelerating convergence of cultures and subcultures. Since its inception as a magazine, Complex has grown into a powerful youth entertainment network with unparalleled reach to millennials and Gen Z with over 125 million total network followers/subscribers*. Amid a growing demand for international … Read more

Canadian retail sales fall 0.6% in July as grocery stores see decline in demand

Canadian retail sales fall 0.6% in July as grocery stores see decline in demand

A customer loads her groceries into a car outside a Metro store in Ste-Therese, Que., on April 15, 2019.Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press Canadian retail sales dropped 0.6 per cent to $55.8-billion in July as sales at supermarkets and grocery stores fell with more people returning to restaurants and patios. However, Statistics Canada said Thursday that … Read more

Quebec reopens stores on Sundays as province sets to expand COVID-19 passport this week – Montreal

Quebec reopens stores on Sundays as province sets to expand COVID-19 passport this week – Montreal

Sunday shoppers streamed back into Quebec stores for the first time in three weeks as a measure meant to curb soaring COVID-19-related hospitalization rates in the province came to an end amid declining patient numbers. Most Quebec stores reopened their doors following a three-week ban on Sunday shopping imposed by the government in a bid … Read more

Shoplifters more aggressive as grocery store theft increases, say experts

Shoplifters more aggressive as grocery store theft increases, say experts

Grocery store shelves await restocking early in the morning in Toronto on March 13, 2020.Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press Shoplifting appears to be on the rise at grocery stores in Canada as a growing number of supermarkets report an increase in thefts of food and pharmacy products. Industry experts say meat is the No. 1 stolen … Read more

3 Growth Stocks I Would Buy Today

3 Growth Stocks I Would Buy Today

Image source: Getty Images Growth investors have seen a lot of red in their portfolios over the past few months. Many of the most popular growth stocks have seen declines of 50% or more since the start of the year. With that in mind, many investors may be thinking that it’s time to start moving … Read more

Metro says food basket inflation hit 5 per cent in second quarter; CEO warns of more price pain to come

Metro says food basket inflation hit 5 per cent in second quarter; CEO warns of more price pain to come

A customer loads her groceries outside a Metro store in Ste-Therese, Que., on April 15, 2019.Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press Canadian shoppers have been making more trips to discount stores, buying cheaper cuts of meat, and trading brand-name products for store brands as they try to stretch their dollars further and fight the sting of inflation. … Read more

European formula not on Canadian shelves yet

European formula not on Canadian shelves yet

A sign is displayed in front of Health Canada headquarters in Ottawa on Friday, January 3, 2014. Health Canada recommended that the Canadian Food Inspection Agency temporarily suspend bilingual labeling and nutrient composition requirements to allow infant formula imports from Europe, and thereby reduce Canada’s reliance on US suppliers. The regular said Thursday. THE CANADIAN … Read more

Community calendar | Simcoe Reformer

Community calendar | Simcoe Reformer

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Publishing date: May 23, 2022 • 26 minutes ago • 7 minute read • Join the conversation Article content Submissions to Norfolk and Tillsonburg News community calendar can be emailed to reformer.calendar@sunmedia.ca. advertisement 2 This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content MAY CARING … Read more