Why Jeans Jeans Jeans Succeeds Where Others Fail

For the first-time customer, walking into Jeans Jeans Jeans in the Mile End can seem overwhelming. The 6,000-foot basement is a sea of clothes racks heaving with denim pants, jackets, shorts, skirts, and dresses. Denim clothes drape the walls from floor to ceiling. But customers soon realise they will not need to navigate the store’s…

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What Happened to Mount Royal’s Raccoon Population?

Tourists and pot-smoking Montrealers alike gather at sundown at the Belvédère Camillien-Houde viewpoint, which looks east out to the Olympic Stadium and beyond. Car owners unabashedly blare music from their cars, doors ajar, while fat raccoons gingerly maneuver their way into garbage cans (specifically designed to keep them out) and amuse tourists by posturing under…

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