June 2016

Found 3 blog entries for June 2016.

Consumers now have more choice when grocery shopping in the inner-city with the opening of Loblaw’s CityMarket in Edmonton’s kitschy Brewery District.

This is a new entry into the city’s competitive grocery market place as Loblaw’s brings its new brand to Alberta.  CityMarket in downtown Edmonton is the province’s second store to open in the province following the January opening in Calgary’s Sage Hill neighbourhood.  There are several stores open now in Vancouver.

The store is also one of the first retails to open its doors in the new Brewery District which is still under construction. The mall is very close to Edmonton’s historic Molson building on 104 Avenue. It has about 206 people employed there and will also serve the needs of residents in the

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There’s an inordinate amount of paperwork produced in the mortgage application process.  Banks and lenders have to cover their bases.  They even have steps to prevent potential borrowers from laundering money through the home-buying process.  It’s not that they want to make it difficult for you – they must need to be careful in this age of scams and con-artists. 

If you’re one of the many Edmontonians that are self-employed or maybe working in an underground economy with non-reported income (although you might want to reconsider that), you may not fit into the conventional application process at many institutions because you don’t fit the criteria.  But you will be subject to some pretty close scrutiny unfortunately, especially now after the 2008

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The latest food delivery service has entered traffic on Edmonton streets and it has a slightly familiar name.

Uber Eats launched last month in Edmonton, after efforts to drive people in the city stalled. The City of Edmonton put the brakes on the ride-share service because it failed to operate under new city by-laws.  Now Uber is driving diner to Edmontonians, delivering meals picked up from some of Edmonton’s most popular restaurants

Stay-at-home diners simply download the UberEATS app on their smart phone and have instant access to menus from 40 Edmonton restaurants.  People who already have subscribed to Uber can use their existing customer profiles.  Meals are selected and purchased using the app and like Skip the Dishes, the Uber Eats vehicle

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