Jeff York

Wouldn't you know it, Farm Boy has gone and grown up.
Purchases of goods and services from Ottawa small businesses to help community's most vulnerable.
Company said this week it’s signed a five-year partnership that will see the telecom giant offer 1VALET's smart-building technology to internet customers in Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland.
After nearly six months of renovations and anticipation from the nearby community, Farm Boy’s newest store is now open at 193 Metcalfe St. in downtown Ottawa
With beloved business’s signature rye bread and other goods flying off the shelves, grocery chain scrambles to meet demand
Ottawa-based grocery chain said Tuesday it expects to open eight new stores in southern Ontario over the next two years.
Just over a week after it announced it was closing its doors for good, an iconic Ottawa business has found a “white knight” to revive its venerable brand
The owner of two well-known grocery chains says it’s swapping its downtown Ottawa Sobeys store for a Farm Boy.
Following his company’s acquisition by Empire Co.
Farm Boy’s run as an independent grocer officially came to an end Monday with the close of Empire Co.’s $800-million acquisition of the Ottawa-based company.