Who’s opening shop and who’s shuttering their windows in Atlantic Canada
St. John’s International Airport
The new departures lounge at YYT now includes Yellowbelly Brewery and Public house, Newfoundland Chocolate Company and Booster Juice among new tenants past security, along with double the seating and double the washrooms. Bailly
Ariel Gough and Edwina Govindsamy announced the launch of their new vegan, cruelty-free coconut-oil perfume line based in Halifax. Online shopping will be available soon.
Suzanne Scott took over Village Pottery from her parents last year. This year she opened an ice cream shop in New London, P.E.I.
This Asian fusion restaurant will be the first in Moncton to serve sushi on a conveyor belt when it opens its doors in August.
The Owl’s Nest
After 26 years, this Fredericton landmark used bookstore is closing its doors for good at the end of September.
Fleur de Sel
Renowned CAA 4-Diamond Lunenburg restaurant announced their last service will be October 13, 2018.
Newfoundland newspapers The Advertiser in Grand Falls-Windsor, The Pilot in Lewisporte, The Nor’Wester in Springdale and Gander’s The Beacon will merge into The Central Voice, a free weekly paper distributed to 32,000 people.
The Summerside, P.E.I. location closed at the end of July with the Sobeysowned chain trying to place the 38 employees who are out of a job.