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The building had been used as an iron foundry since 1898, although the company had operated at that site since 1872.

The Ontario Municipal Board and the Ontario government approved a 12-acre (49,000 m) site in 1982 for the seventh Knob Hill Farms terminal, this one at Weston Road and Highway 401 in the Weston community of Toronto.

The 325,000 square foot (7.45 acres, or 30,200 square-metre) store opened in the fall of 1985.

Another mural facing the south side featuring Southern Ontario from downtown Toronto, with a street written as "Baloor" instead of Bloor Street and the Don Valley Parkway, the western suburbs, the Hamilton Mountain, Niagara Falls and near Fort Erie.

The supermarket also featured two doorways in the east and the west sides.

The store began laying off workers less than two months after it opened.

In 1999, the company proposed redeveloping the site into a convention centre.A restaurant, drug store, and wine shop all rented space within the building.In 1981, the opened a location in Oshawa, Ontario in the structure of the Ontario Malleable Iron Company Limited's factory.The site was an industrial building dating back to the 1930s which was used for the construction and assembly of airplanes (de Havilland Mosquito) by Massey Harris during World War II.Features around the supermarket included a man-made waterfall with three structures to the northwest side which stopped running after its closing. The area was about 250 to 300m (800 to 1,000 ft) from south to north and about 50 m (150 ft) from west to east, with an extra 50 m to the northern part featuring parking lots and another 50 m with shipping sectors.In 1971, Knob Hill Farms expanded into Pickering with its second terminal.

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