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#11
There's already a Food Basics at Franklin and Saginaw/Holiday Inn Drive, so it would be surprising if they did.

With a large Zehrs only five minutes away, the odds were not in their favour.
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#12
Part of the Metro could be turned into a No Frills apparently.
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#13
(11-24-2014, 09:03 PM)rangersfan Wrote: Sail opens in Cambridge on November 26, I am looking forward to checking it out.

Stopped by there today, quite impressive. Amazing footwear selection, quite a good variety of other stuff as well; the hunting/fishing gear is all upstairs if that's not your thing, which is kind of nice.
My Twitter: @KevinLMaps
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#14
(11-30-2014, 03:04 PM)greybird Wrote: Part of the Metro could be turned into a No Frills apparently.

The always higher prices in METRO stores likely caused its demise.

No Frills is a Loblaw corporate brand.
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#15
The Cash Store at King and Queen Sts seems to have closed (again). I hope the closure is permanent this time.
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#16
B&T Supermarket (450 King St E) will be re-opening on December 18th. Glad to see them back!
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#17
(12-15-2014, 03:17 PM)panamaniac Wrote: The Cash Store at King and Queen Sts seems to have closed (again).  I hope the closure is permanent this time.

I think there was an article in the Record a few months back saying that entire building was up for renovations. The bar was moving out, no more tenants in the apartments upstairs. Anyone else remembers this?
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#18
There was a Record article about the upper floors of that section of the building being converted into offices, but it was pretty vague about what would happen on the ground floor.  I don't recall anything about the bar being closed.  The Cash Store corner would make a good retail space or coffee shop, I would think.
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#19
I think there was some news of that particular chain of cash stores going under.  They were closing multiple stores in Ontario.

I believe this is unrelated to the proposed changes to the building.
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#20
The new Beer Store at King and Francis Sts has been stocked up, so should be open any day now.
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