Classy Kids Wear has moved from Stittsville Main Street to a new location at Hazeldean Mall. Their grand opening was on Monday, February 4.
The Farm Boy on Stittsville Main Street will be one of 87 additional grocery stores allowed to sell beer and cider. The Walmart at Fernbank & Terry Fox is also on the list. They’ll join 200 grocery stores already selling beer in the province, including Brown’s Independent in Stittsville.
Are we lushes? There'll be three locations to buy within 300m of one another. All at one end of town.
I guess south end will be reserved for pot shops.
— Jåßōñ Rūtgër (@teacherace) February 2, 2018
Yay! They trust us to buy beer…well at some places.
Imagine if only 1 in 10 depanneurs in Quebec had beer? And they all had to sell at the same fixed price?
Ontario. One of the few places in the world where they let you drink beer if you have jumped through the right hoops.
— _tweeeet_ (@_tweeeet_) February 2, 2018
CAA is opening a new travel store at 5703 Hazeldean Road near the Food Basics. The grand opening is Saturday, February 10 at 9:00am. Mayor Jim Watson and Stittsville councillor Shad Qadri will be there with CAA CEO Christina Hlusko for the ribbon cutting. There are prizes up for grabs and discounts for opening day.
Mark your calendars this Saturday Feb. 10: you are invited to the GRAND OPENING of our brand-new Stittsville CAA Travel Store! Stop by 8-5703 Hazeldean Rd. at 9 AM that day to enjoy refreshments, Member exclusives, special guests, a celebration & more! https://t.co/s2Xe02AMhq pic.twitter.com/dryT2kS7nO
— CAA NEO (@CAANEO) February 5, 2018
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