Five star jeweler has ‘no intention’ of opening shop in Toronto

Jewelers in Toronto, which has long struggled to attract a new clientele, are not interested in opening a new shop in the city, a spokeswoman told The Verge.

“The number of new jewelers is very low,” the spokeswoman said.

“It’s not something we are actively considering.”

Jewelers have been struggling to attract new customers to their shops for years, as the industry struggles with competition from online shopping and rising prices.

Jewelers, whose revenues are currently at $10 billion, are looking to diversify their business in the face of declining revenue and a shrinking consumer base.

A spokesperson for the Ontario Securities Commission said the commission “is aware of the ongoing situation in the jeweler’s industry, and we have been working with the Ontario Licensed Gem & Jewelry Retailers Association (OLGRA) and the jewelers association to work together to explore a solution.”

The jewelers union has called on the province to consider imposing an “equity tax” on new retailers, and has urged the Ontario government to ban new stores from opening in the province.

The province has until April 1 to come up with a solution, and a spokesperson for Ontario’s finance minister, Brad Duguid, told the Toronto Star that the province has been working closely with the jewel industry on this issue.

“We have taken an equity tax approach, and it has been adopted by a number of jurisdictions,” the spokesperson said.

Jeweler’s in Toronto had been eyeing a new location in the Toronto suburb of Yorkville since 2012, but the city has struggled with economic issues in recent years.

The city’s mayor has said the area’s population will increase by 25,000 in the next decade if the area continues to be plagued by homelessness and violence.

Jewelry shops have struggled to compete with online shopping for many years, with online sales outpacing store visits by as much as 70 per cent.

The industry has also struggled to lure customers in the past.

In 2013, the Canadian Association of Jewelers and Numismatists called for the closure of five of the country’s most prominent jewelers.

The Canadian Association for Numismatic Arts and Metals, which represents thousands of independent jewelers across Canada, has also called for their closure.