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Real Canadian Superstore a hit

Real Canadian Superstore employee Lauretta Mirhosseini stocks the fresh fruit aisle with grapes on opening day Thursday. Over 265 jobs have been created at the business which was welcomed earlier in the morning by elected officials of all three levels of government during the grand opening ceremonies. Customers packed the bright, newly-renovated store throughout the day.   - Mark Brett/Western News
Real Canadian Superstore employee Lauretta Mirhosseini stocks the fresh fruit aisle with grapes on opening day Thursday. Over 265 jobs have been created at the business which was welcomed earlier in the morning by elected officials of all three levels of government during the grand opening ceremonies. Customers packed the bright, newly-renovated store throughout the day.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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