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In 1992, Blenz Coffee opened its first café on iconic Robson Street in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Our main focus was creating speciality beverages, using only the finest quality beans to craft each beverage to suit each guest’s individual tastes.
Today, Blenz is widely known for our individually crafted coffees, proprietary teas, chocolate and fruit-based beverages. Each café is also carefully designed to incorporate a welcoming and relaxed social setting to complete every guest’s visit.
Speciality beverages, a sweet and savoury food menu and an inviting environment all come together to provide guests with a superior café experience.
Duft & Co goes above and beyond everyday.A couple of my faves are their plain donuts and the ham and cheese croissant.
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Browns Socialhouse – an upscale casual dining restaurant. Sports, Bar, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Disability Coffee Shops run by People with Disabilities
Joe’s Table began as a father’s dream for his son, Joe, to experience the joy and self-esteem that comes from having a meaningful job, doing something you love that others value. Joe was usually given jobs behind the scenes because of his autism, yet he really had a talent for engaging people by greeting them. A coffee shop seemed like the perfect place for Joe.
Based in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Coco Cafe, have grown their catering department in the past year and by increasing existing operations to include a full breakfast menu with extended breakfast hours on the weekends; until 2 pm on Saturday and our Sunday Brunch from 8am-2pm. Coco Cafe also offers retail food operation and also caters to weddings!
Based in Vancouver, British Columbia and with another opening in Calgary, Alberta this fall. Dark Table is owned by Moe Alameddine, founder of O.Noir, Canada’s only blind dining restaurants in Montreal and Toronto. The blind dining concept originated in Switzerland in the home of a blind man—Jorge Spielmann—who blindfolded his guests in an attempt to show them what eating is like for a blind person.
Currently with eleven locations, Choices Markets is a local, BC owned and operated retailer of natural, organic and specialty foods. Originally opened in 1990, Choices is proud to be celebrating over 25 years as a local, grassroots grocer committed to our customers, communities and planet.
Safeway offers farm fresh local products, supports a range of charitable programs, and owns several manufacturing and food processing plants. Please call store for pharmacy hours.
Save-On-Foods is a chain of supermarkets located across Western Canada. Founded in 1982, it is a subsidiary of the Overwaitea Food Group, which, in turn, is owned by the Vancouver-based Jim Pattison Group. Stores carry both standard brand names and private label brands, such as Western Family, Western Classics, …
Real Canadian Superstore is a chain of supermarkets owned by Canadian food retailing giant Loblaw Companies. Its name is often shortened to Superstore.
M&M Food Market is proud to be Canada’s largest retail chain of specialty frozen foods with locations coast to coast. We offer a delectable selection of more than 375 mouth-watering products. You’ll find your trusted family favourites plus exciting new tastes to satisfy the most selective palates.
Thrifty Foods is a chain of supermarkets located in British Columbia, Canada. It was founded by Alex Campbell and Ernie Skinner in 1977 when the first store was opened in Victoria’s Fairfield neighbourhood. As of June 2014, the chain operates 25 stores on Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland.
IGA is a U.S. brand of grocery stores that operates in more than 30 countries. Unlike the chain store business model, IGA operates as a franchise through stores that are owned separately from the brand.
Walmart Canada Corp. is the Canadian division of Walmart which is headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario. It was founded on March 17, 1994 with the purchase of the Woolco Canada chain from the F. W. Woolworth Company. Originally consisting of discount stores, Walmart Canada’s contemporaries include Hart Stores
Shoppers Drug Mart is the leader in Canada’s retail drug store marketplace and is the number one provider of pharmacy products & services.
Buy–Low Foods are neighbourhood supermarkets that aim to deliver low, low food prices and be the value leaders in the communities they serve.
London Drugs is 100% Canadian owned and is focused on local customers’ satisfaction. Across Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and British Columbia, London Drugs‘ 80 stores employ more than 7000 staff dedicated to providing our customers with a superior shopping experience.
Rexall is a chain of American drugstores, and the name of their store-branded products. The stores, having roots in the federation of United Drug Stores starting in 1903, licensed the Rexall brand name to as many as 12,000 drug stores across the United States from 1920 to 1977.
FreshCo, we’re passionate about lowering food prices. We’re always on the lookout to make sure you can feed your family with good food regardless of your budget. Launched in 2010, FreshCo’s commitment has always been to provide the best low-price grocery shopping experience by offering quality fresh food at low prices, in a bright, easy-to-navigate store and friendly teammates. Today, FreshCo proudly operates over 123 stores across Alberta, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and British Columbia.
We are a different kind of business. We are owned by our members, not far-away shareholders. Co-op locations, products and services are not always the same because we’re guided by the needs of our members.
We are local. We support and invest in our community – because we live here too. Our profits are used to develop jobs and economic activity in our communities, give back to local initiatives and organizations and provide a return to our owners – who are customers like you.
We are more than 160 independent co-operative associations. We work together under the CO-OP® banner to offer a range of products and services – food, fuel, agriculture, and home and building solutions being most common – to our members.