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News | Feb 19, 2015
MEC Rendering

Mountain Equipment Co-op clears hurdle for development of North York store

With its final hurdle cleared, the city’s second Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) store is set to open in North York next...

North York Mirror | by Fannie Sunshine
News | Feb 06, 2015
Waterfront Innovation Centre

New Harbourfront Innovation Centre expected to bring thousands of jobs to Toronto

Waterfront Toronto and Menkes Developments are teaming up to build a new high-tech office complex next to Sugar Beach on the...

City Centre Mirror | by David Nickle
Business | Feb 06, 2015

NORTH YORK BUSINESS IN BRIEF: Small Business Network at North York Central Library

Thinking of starting a business? Are you an entrepreneur looking for some inspiration? The next small business...

North York Mirror
News | Feb 03, 2015

Wrigley to shut down North York gum factory

Wrigley is shutting down its North York gum factory, which will see almost 400 jobs eliminated. The closure at 1123...

North York Mirror | by Fannie Sunshine
News | Feb 03, 2015
Hugo Marrello

North Yorker Hugo Marrello muscles in on protein bar field with gluten- and lactose-free product

When Hugo Marrello realized years ago he was gluten intolerant, he set out to make products free of the protein composite....

North York Mirror | by Fannie Sunshine
News | Jan 29, 2015

NORTH YORK BUSINESS IN BRIEF: Network at the science centre

Interested in networking? A day-long conference at the Ontario Science Centre may be of interest. The Networking Effect:...

North York Mirror
Dec 31, 2014

BUSINESS IN BRIEF: Business Tax 101 in North York: What you need to know

Whether you’re a small business veteran or just getting your feet wet, a business tax session at the North York Central...

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Dec 03, 2014

BUSINESS IN BRIEF: Business program transferring just got easier

A recent agreement between the province’s 24 community colleges (including North York’s Seneca College) means students can...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Paul Futhey
Nov 25, 2014

Toronto Laneways Summit discusses underused resource

There are approximately 250 kilometres of untapped public space in Toronto and it’s all in the form of laneways, more than...

Parkdale Villager | Add Comment | by Hilary Caton
Nov 12, 2014

Janet De Silva to head Toronto Region Board of Trade

Toronto’s most prominent business organization will be led by a woman who has lived, taught and done business in Hong Kong...

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Nov 06, 2014

BUSINESS IN BRIEF: Breaking barriers when it comes to the arts and business

Interested in pursuing an artistic career? Illustrator Lamin Martin will be at the Barbara Frum branch of the Toronto...

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Oct 29, 2014

Pair of North York-based companies finalists for Board of Trade award

Two North York-based companies – including one that recently got a major funding boost during an appearance on Dragon’s Den...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Fannie Sunshine
Sep 25, 2014

BUSINESS IN BRIEF: Quarterly food business seminar in North York

Getting into a food business can be an exciting time. It’s also a challenging one, especially for the would-be...

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Sep 24, 2014

Retirement framed by 37 years of serving customers

When Alan Yu and his wife Lynette close the doors on their North York framing and art gallery for the last time Sept. 30,...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Lisa Queen
Sep 11, 2014

BUSINESS IN BRIEF: Social media and other web services for small businesses

The Barbara Frum branch of the Toronto Public Library is hosting a session demonstrating free and low-cost services to help...

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Aug 29, 2014

Nominate an Urban Hero in North York

Do you know someone who is making a difference in the North York community? Nominate them for an Urban Hero Award....

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