Shoppers at Sobeys Inc. grocery stores will soon need to bring their own totes or lug their purchases home in paper bags as the chain moves to phase out plastic bags by February 2020.
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Ontario craft breweries are welcoming the provincial government's move to expand beer sales to corner stores, saying the current system limits their products' exposure to customers.
“I just think it's fantastic news,” said Scott Simmons, president of the Ontario Craft Brewers, a trade association composed of nearly 100 brewer members.
Patrons enter a cafe and pass by a hologram of coffee pouring from a carafe into a cup.
They scroll through a three-dimensional menu and see exactly what each dish will look like to help them decide what to order.
A small robot, arms fixed to a tray, delivers the meal to the table and says, “Your food is here.”
More Canadians soon may be able to order their groceries online for delivery as the country's grocery wars heat up following Amazon's entry to the competitive space.
VANCOUVER—The Canadian government's new cultural strategy all but snubs so-called legacy media, industry experts say, and left out some key measures that could have given a boost to struggling newspapers expected in the lead-up to the long-awaited announcement.
TORONTO—Shomi announced yesterday it was shutting down at the end of November, two years after the video-on-demand service launched amid hopes of thriving in a hyper-competitive market.
“The business climate and online video marketplace have changed markedly in the last few years,” David Asch, senior vice-president and general manager for Shomi, said in a brief statement.
TORONTO—Soft-serve, the often overlooked ice cream, is in the midst of a makeover.
It’s being dipped in melted Belgian chocolate flavours, like key lime pie and white chocolate Oreo, before being slathered in toppings as the coatings harden.