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Taxonomy : Butchers (2)


Cecil Watson began his career in 1980, with the purchase of his first Butcher Shop from his mentor Harlow King. Being in the industry for so long, he is now one of the few butchers left who have extensive training in the traditional form of meat cutting, as well as, one of the few who provide Alberta AA or better hanging rail beef.

When shopping at the Cutting Edge you can expect the best quality aged meat, and excellent service from our well trained associates, we can help with all of your meal planning decisions.

Come in today to see our extensive line of products and in house prepared specialties. If you do not see what you are looking for, we will get it for you!

241 Park Street, Brockville, ON K6V 5T3

The Butcher Shop’s friendly staff is always working hard to meet your needs. They greet customers by their first name and help them with all kinds of friendly advice.

All of the beef is from Alberta (AA- Western), aged to perfection and guaranteed to be tender. Rick will cut any steak, to your preference!

The Butcher Shop also features top quality deli products from Maple Leaf and Schneider’s, along with a delicious selection of fresh St. Albert & Maple Dale cheese.

Rick & Tanya promote healthy choices by featuring all natural grain fed turkeys & chickens, roam free eggs and gluten-free sausages. The Butcher Shop sells many local items, such as, ground beef, honey, maple syrup, and a large variety of spices and sauces.

595 Stewart Boulevard, Brockville, ON K6V 5T4

The Transition Framework

Inner Transition is occasionally overlooked in favour of more immediately ‘practical’ undertakings, reinforcing an observed and acknowledged division in many Transition Initiatives between “doers” and “talkers”, but for Transition Initiatives looking to foster a kind of community resilience that is equitable, inclusive, nimble, responsive, caring, and cohesive, Inner Transition efforts are a necessary place to start.

— Anne Rucchetto, Blake Poland
TB Projects

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