Dean’s Flowers in north-end Halifax has closed. Maria Weigl Dean’s

Dean’s Flowers in north-end Halifax has closed. Maria Weigl Dean’s

Dean’s Flowers in north-end Halifax has closed. Maria Weigl Dean’s

Flowers, a north-end Halifax fixture for a century, has closed for good. The shop hasn’t been open since last week, owner Holly Winchester said Thursday during a brief interview while a few people were helping to tidy up the Stanley Street location. The 2,500-square-foot shop also offered art, gift items and jewelry. Selling flowers has become increasingly competitive with grocers and drugstores getting into the market, particularly around the major holidays. However, Winchester said the demise of Dean’s was the result of a straightforward transaction. A sign outside Dean's Flowers on Stanley Street in Halifax, which has closed its doors after 100 years. Tim Arsenault “The building was purchased by a couple of guys who made a great investment and want to use it themselves.” In a message posted July 30 on Facebook , Winchester said the

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They took my money and they didn’t deliver anything
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I’ve ordered a basket for my son birthday. We didn’t receive the basket. After many contact, they said basket went to the wrong address, and they asked if they can send us an upgraded basket. I’ve said ok. But, my son didn’t receive any basket again. I’ve contacted again, and they said their manager will contact me ASAP. Nobody contacted me. I’ve contacted them again, and they said we delivered the basket to the right address and we don’t give you your money too.
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