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Merit Home Furniture Celebrates 38 years on Vancouver Island

The Merit furniture chain has been on Vancouver Island for 38 years…

  • Aug 22, 2022

 

In August, Merit Home Furniture & Appliances celebrates 35 years in Campbell River.

Helping Campbell River customers create a home oasis

Merit Home Furniture Appliances celebrates 35 years in Campbell River this year!

  • Jun 13, 2022

 

Curtis Vertefeuille photographed by Lia Crowe

Secrets and Lives with Curtis Vertefeuille

Moe’s Home Victoria owner on furniture, creativity and his sweet tooth

  • Jan 7, 2022

 

In this July 6, 2021, photo a sign is seen on a sold patio furniture floor model at Valley View Farms in Cockeysville, Md. People used to go to Valley View Farms to buy five tomato plants and end up with $5,000 in patio furniture. But this year is different. After a record burst of sales in March, the showroom floor is almost empty of outdoor chairs, tables and chaises for people to buy. The garden supply store in suburban Baltimore has been waiting six months for a shipping container from Vietnam. It's full of $100,000 worth of wicker and aluminum furniture. Half of the container has already been sold by showing customers photographs. The container should have arrived in February, but it reached U.S. waters on June 3 and has yet to dock in Long Beach, Calif.(AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Have a seat: Patio furniture shortage tells US economic tale

Supply can’t keep up with pent-up demand as inflation worries kick in

In this July 6, 2021, photo a sign is seen on a sold patio furniture floor model at Valley View Farms in Cockeysville, Md. People used to go to Valley View Farms to buy five tomato plants and end up with $5,000 in patio furniture. But this year is different. After a record burst of sales in March, the showroom floor is almost empty of outdoor chairs, tables and chaises for people to buy. The garden supply store in suburban Baltimore has been waiting six months for a shipping container from Vietnam. It's full of $100,000 worth of wicker and aluminum furniture. Half of the container has already been sold by showing customers photographs. The container should have arrived in February, but it reached U.S. waters on June 3 and has yet to dock in Long Beach, Calif.(AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
Ikea Canada is taking a sustainable approach to Black Friday this year. (Courtesy of Ikea)

Ikea will buy back your gently-used furniture this Black Friday

The furniture giant is flipping Black Friday on its head with a sustainable campaign

Ikea Canada is taking a sustainable approach to Black Friday this year. (Courtesy of Ikea)