Jamba Juice® is a restaurant retailer of better-for-you beverages and food offerings, which include fruit smoothies, fresh squeezed juices, hot oatmeal made with organic steel cut oats, fruit and veggie smoothies, breakfast wraps, side salads, sandwiches, and a range of baked goods and snacks.
Twenty-five years ago, the Milestones® story began in Vancouver on Denman Street. Today, the chain spans coast-to-coast, with locations in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Newfoundland and Saskatchewan.
Milestones® restaurants were sold to Cara Operations in 2015.
With brands like Weight Watchers®, Eskimo Pie®, Tropicana® and Godiva® ice cream, CoolBrands® International was a leader in frozen desert products during the late 90s / early 00s. With the second largest direct-to-store distribution operation in North America, Coolbrands® competed directly with Unilever® and Breyers® for almost a decade, and generated at one time close to one billion dollars in revenues.
With brands like Cold Stone Creamery®, Blimpie Subs®, and Taco Time®, Kahala® offers a family of brands that utilize the highest in quality, fresh ingredients and provide guests a memorable and comfortable in-store experience with the best in customer service.
Fairweather® is a Canadian specialty retailer offering contemporary women’s fashion apparel and accessories since 1867. It has appealed to generations of Canadian women with an array of trend-right styles with prices to match.
Tivoli Audio® is an American electronics company based in Boston, Massachusetts, mainly making radios and other sound reproduction equipment. Tivoli Audio® emphasizes a simple and functional design without redundant switches, knobs or lights.
Freedom Mobile® (previously Wind Mobile®) was a fast growing Canadian wireless telecommunications provider, one of several new mobile carriers launched in Canada after a government initiative to encourage competition in the wireless sector. Wind’s mission was to bring affordable wireless service to Canadians.
Freedom Mobile® (then Wind Mobile®) was sold to Shaw Communication Inc. on March 1st, 2016.
Sani-Service® started in 1986 with the conviction and established itself as a true hygiene specialist, servicing more than 50,000 businesses across North America and establishing itself as one of the most trusted names in the industry.
In 2016 Sani Service® was sold to Birch Hill Capital Partners who merged it with Citron Hygiene® (previously Cannon Hygiene®).
A model of graceful Canadian elegance, The King Edward Hotel has hosted visitors to Toronto for over 100 years. Nestled in the financial district at the heart of the city, the hotel upholds its regal legacy through a commitment to traditional hospitality with sleek modern sensibility. The 298 spacious guest rooms and suites boast old-world, turn of the century charm combined with sophisticated comforts and elegant décor that pays homage to a proud history as Toronto’s first luxury hotel.
In 2015 the King Eddie was sold to Omni Hotels.
The Wasaga Beach region has the World’s Longest Freshwater Beach (14km or 8.5m), Wasaga Beach offers many attractions and activities to its visitors. The area is perfect for a variety of wind sports and water sports. Personal watercraft rentals and wakeboard lessons are available at the main beach area and offer students a little adventure.
In 2015, a collection of commercial retail properties at Wasaga beach were sold to the Town of Wasaga.