July 1, 2015


Special air quality statement in effect

Business

Pilot project aims to put better face on core storefronts

Governments will pitch in $285,000

The Silpit Building will be home to a retail incubator project called PUSH.

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The Silpit Building will be home to a retail incubator project called PUSH. Photo Store

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