Downtown business incubator has proven success, but part of it could close

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At the reception desk of The Speakeasy Emporium is a sign that reads, “Please take responsibility for the energy you bring into this space.”

That’s the vision Christina Geddes, owner/operator of The Speakeasy Emporium, had when she established the business cooperative in 2014.

“It was an unused space in the downtown core with low overhead that no one had access to,” said Geddes. “I thought, ‘What a great way of letting people get started’.” …continue reading

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Jessica Trudel

Jessica Trudel has been a freelance writer and editor for over a decade. She is an outspoken advocate for mental health awareness, and a supporter of the arts in Northern Ontario.

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