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Despite struggles, COVID can't discourage local businesswoman from opening 'uniquely Canadian' Sundridge store
Posted on February 01 2022,
In 21 days, the former office was transformed into a store, stocked and ready to open under the name 89 Main.
When a 17-year-old Margaret Moore (now McDonald) left "small town" Sundridge in 1988 for school in "big city" Toronto, she vowed never to return.
But as John Lennon once famously sang, "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans."
"Sundridge is such a beautiful town, but as a teen I swore, 'I'm never coming back,' then as you get older it's like 'man, I wish I was back there,'" she laughed.
She had a full-time job and was living in Brampton up until late last year. The deadly coronavirus had a negative effect on a lot of people and at the start of the pandemic, she went through a marriage separation.
And then, something started pulling her back.
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