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northern-trendz Courtesy of Community Futures of Fraser Fort George http://www.cfdc.bc.ca/profile/northern-trendz/50 Northern Trendz – Mackenzie It can be tough business to run a specialty retail shop in a small town, where residents often travel to the big city to do their shopping, but five years after Northern Trendz in opened its door in Mackenzie, British Columbia, owner Rae Surgenor is very pleased with the success

IPGBy the Globe and Mail

Vancouver was showing its best self on a sunny afternoon earlier this summer, even on the bus.

The No. 9 was making its way along Broadway through pricey Kitsilano, a neighbourhood of $1.5-million and $2-million-plus homes (make that, -plus -plus). Everyone looked contented on the bus, with that Vancouver vibe, but overhead there was an ad bidding

Logo Play Grounds Cafe

Located at 1790 Quinn Street, Prince George’s Play Grounds Cafe is located in a part of the city that has changed little since it’s rapid industrial expansion in the 1960’s. For the most part, the buildings are grey, unimaginative and boxy cement block structures that once housed mechanical repair shops, industrial suppliers and freight depots. Some still remain, like Bater Electric and are as much a part of Prince George as the trees that

Logo Play Grounds Cafe

Logo Play Grounds CafeLocated at 1790 Quinn Street, Prince George’s Play Grounds Cafe is located in a part of the city that has changed little since it’s rapid industrial expansion in the 1960’s. For the most part, the buildings are grey, unimaginative and boxy cement block structures that once housed mechanical repair shops, industrial suppliers and freight depots. Some still remain, like Bater Electric and are

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