The Bells Corners Loblaws goes all out on their harvest display.
Inventory time – imagine having to count everything in the store!
It takes a small army to count the processed food products (90% of the store’s inventory). How well the numbers line up shows what the “shrinkage” is.
Twenty “international” WIS workers were hired for the day.
Stiff competition in Bells Corners for a share of the food market: FreshCo, Metro, Giant Tiger, Veggie Trails, Dusty’s, food banks…
Clever marketing by the food industry giant. The Bells Corners Loblaws is about to get a massive municipal tax break.
A different model – fresh produce sold by the producer directly to the consumer.
A public market and affordable housing for the Loblaws/Zellers asphalt meadow? Or more big box consumer opportunities?
The Nepean Green Party of Ontario’s annual general meeting in the Westcliffe community building. Not enough members for quorum but a new executive was “elected” anyway.
James O’Grady from Unpublished Ottawa is president. O’Grady finished a close second to Keith Egli in the 2010 vote for Knoxdale-Merivale councillor.
Another experienced politico, Jean-Luc from the Lynwood Village “community association,” will Cooke the books as treasurer. Here he passes the hat to pay Bill.
The party leader wants to keep neighbourhood schools open by ending expensive special treatment for religious schools.
The guy from the Moose Consortium spoke of the plan to put a commuter rail station in Bells Corners.
Best Western facelift continues.
Bike parking is pretty sketchy in Bells Corners.
Thirty Meetup cyclists by the Lynwood Village Evergreen speakeasy.
Jolly free bike-taxi passengers cruise the Starbucks plaza lot.
Contented cows make for a happy harvest in Quebec-friendly Bells Corners.
Is Bells Corners like Quebec?
Country or City? Put off pleasure? Would you fight?
Qui sommes-nous vraiment?