An error-filled article in the Ottawa-Gatineau French paper gives Bells Corners and our “Zellers” a plug, suggesting a 25km trek out to BC for those Québécois who are nostalgic for the Zellers experience.
New recycling centre outside the Loblaws
It seems that almost everyone has something to say about the HBC marketing coup: a hundred comments on a popular Bells Corners social media site and coverage across Canada and in the United States.
Bells Corners voters will be in John Baird’s new Nepean riding for the next federal election.
But we’ll still be in the old Nepean-Carleton riding for the upcoming provincial election along with lots of rurals to the south.
Some say it will be a tight three-way race provincially, but Lisa has a leg up in our neck of the woods.
I guess she’ll reuse her old campaign signs 😦 – they’re so boring compared to what’s on display in Montreal for today’s historic vote following the “oddest and dirtiest” campaign in 40 years.
Quebec election signs almost always have smiling faces to brighten up public space.
Some use strange images.
Let’s share the pie?
Some give information on the party’s platform.
Many are vandalized.
Got your taxes done? You can buy software at Loblaws or download it for free.
This guy is willing to help.
Renovations are ongoing at the Giant Tiger.
Maybe they can create a Zellers-type buzz for their grand reopening?
Strange spot for a bike rack at the Loblaws, sort of blocking the emergency exit
Lots of folk seem to like the iconic Belair Motel.
Bells Corners bus shelter
Montreal interactive bus shelter – point, click and scroll for info by waving your hand around
Spotted at the Centennial Library