Pete’s Fresh Market was founded in 2008 and has been an icon in Calgary’s outdoor market since its inception.
The chain has grown to include a variety of locations in Calgary, including Calgary’s downtown, as well as several locations in Saskatoon, Regina and Toronto.
While most of the stores have been in the downtown core, the company also operates several locations on the south side of the city.
Pete opened the first Pete-branded grocery store in the city in 2016, which is now owned by the city of Calgary.
The new owner of Pete is Rob Gordon, a former Calgary Flames hockey player who was drafted in the fifth round of the 2015 NHL Draft.
The Calgary native will continue to operate the chain under the new name.
Pete’s new owner is expected to be more of a competitor than competitor, and the company is likely to focus on expanding in the west end of Calgary, which would likely mean moving to a new location in the Downtown Eastside.
However, the Calgary Flames have also been known to move to other locations in the province of Alberta, which could lead to the company relocating to a different location.
The Calgary Flames will continue their quest to be the “Best Team in the World” when they host the Vancouver Canucks in Game 7 on Thursday night at Scotiabank Saddledome.
The Flames are in the midst of a long playoff drought that has seen them miss the playoffs twice in the last three seasons.
It has also been the longest stretch in franchise history.
The team has played in only five playoff games this season, which ranks last in the league.
With the Canucks coming to town, there will be plenty of pressure on the Flames to win the Stanley Cup, which has become the most important trophy in the sport in recent years.
The Flames have won two Stanley Cups, but have never reached the conference finals.
The Canucks are the only other team to have made the Stanley Playoffs every season since 1993.