One of the best examples is the Save-On-Foods grocery store now open at the corner of Pandora Avenue and Vancouver Street. When it opened recently, a lot of people rejoiced for simple reasons, said Gornall.
It is on the way home, along the Pandora and (coming) Vancouver bike lane route and makes it easy to get groceries, he said.
Is it just me or have Victorians toned down the negativity somewhat regarding this development? My memory is hazy but I seem to recall this project wasn't warmly received in the beginning.