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Mississauga, ON – For the sixth year in a row, the Peterson Team is proud to announce its Flowers For Food Event to collect food in support of the Compass Christmas Food Drive. Each year at this time, the Peterson Team hands out free poinsettias in exchange for food donations. This year the event will be held from Monday, November 28th to Saturday, December 3rd at the Keller Williams Realty Solutions office at 103 Lakeshore Road East in Port Credit. Contributors are invited to drop off their donation of non-perishable food items to this location between 9am-9pm Monday-Friday, and 9am-5pm on Saturday. We hope you will help us out with this worthy cause!
The Mississauga News and Ward 1 Councillor Jim Tovey are both reporting that Walmart Canada has cancelled plans for a 84,000 square foot “urban” store on Lakeshore Rd. E. just west of Cawthra Rd. in Lakeview at the extreme eastern end of the Port Credit Business Improvement Area.
“Since 2006 we have opened more than 320 Walmart Supercentres, which have proven very popular with customers and are present in almost every market in the Canadian market. We are redirecting our focus and investment to improve our existing network of stores, distribution centres and ecommerce offer. As a result we will not proceed with plans to open the store at Lakeshore and Cawthra”. – Walmart Spokesperson
Lakeshore Road E. from Seneca Avenue to Cooksville Creek — including The District at Lakeview which was to house the retailer — was recently made a part of the Port Credit Business Improvement Area.
There were no immediate plans for the vacant retail space reported.