Looking for a quick lunch idea? Try Press’d The Sandwich Co.
The quick service sandwich shop offers a range of unique creations, all served on freshly baked bread and with fresh veggies.
“I opened this business because the Press’d brand is a product I can be proud to serve and it’s on trend with a healthier, tastier living,” said owner Manan Shaw.
The restaurant opened its doors in October and is located in the Tudor Glen Market.
St. Albertans can satisfy their chocolate cravings at the St. Albert Centre’s newest retail shop – Purdys.
The chocolatier opened its doors Dec. 1 to many residents’ delight.
Originally founded in downtown Vancouver, the Canadian-based company sells premium-handcrafted chocolates, as well as ice cream.
SixNSeven is celebrating its grand opening this week with a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday Dec. 7.
After the official ceremony at 4 p.m., patrons will get to sample some food, as well as enjoy tea and coffee, before the restaurant is open to general public.
The celebration will continue into next week and beyond. Owner Parth Shukla will be offering a 10 per cent discount off bills from Dec. 7 to 14.
The restaurant also has a special promotional menu that will last until the end of the month. The $5 feature menu allows customers to try some of Shukla’s creations, including pizzas and milkshakes.
Ripple Effect Wellness celebrated its grand opening in its new location last month.
With the new centre, located in the Tudor Glen Market, comes the availability of new treatments, including acupuncture, massage therapy, Reiki, craniosacral therapy, meditation, prenatal classes and birth doula services.
The centre features three beautiful treatment rooms, a large studio for classes, workshops, and seminars, and a soulful, holistic atmosphere.
The provincial government has put an end to door-to-door sales of energy products after receiving a flood of complaints.
As of Jan. 1, 2017, the province will prohibit unsolicited door-to-door sales of furnaces, air conditioners, natural gas and electricity contracts, water heaters, windows and energy audits.
The province said it received more than 1,000 complaints about energy-related door-to-door sales, many coming from seniors and families who felt pressured or mislead into purchasing a product on the spot.
Companies can still sell directly to Albertans through telephone and online sales, as well as kiosks.
Anyone with concerns about door-to-door energy sales can call Service Alberta’s consumer protection line at 1-877-427-4088 or visit servicealberta.ca to learn more about their rights.