IKEA READIES EAST COAST STORE, TOUTING IT AS CANADA'S MOST SUSTAINABLE

Ikea is getting ready to officially open its first Atlantic Canadian store this week as thousands from across the region are expected to descend upon the popular Swedish furniture chain's new Halifax-area location.

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