The One - Netflix

The One is the only hunting show of its kind in the outdoor industry. The show is the first show to blend the reality/personality based programming with real hunting! It tells the story of Mike Stroff's crew and all they do to get to that one opportunity, that one location or that one animal and all that they go through day to day working in the outdoor industry. The cast is a group of very unique individuals that will no doubt entertain to say the least.

The One - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2017-06-27

The One - Square One Shopping Centre - Netflix

Square One Shopping Centre (commonly referred to as Square One) is a shopping mall located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. It is the largest shopping centre in Ontario and the second largest shopping centre in Canada, after the West Edmonton Mall. It has over 2,200,000 square feet (200,000 m2) of retail space, with more than 360 stores and services. On average, the mall serves over 24 million customers each year. Square One is located adjacent to the interchange of Highway 403 and Hurontario Street, near the Mississauga Civic Centre, the Mississauga Living Arts Centre and the Mississauga Central Library. Located within the mall grounds is the main terminal of MiWay (formerly Mississauga Transit) bus network, which opened in 1997, and a Peel Regional Police station, which opened in 2002.

The One - History - Netflix

Excavation of the Square One site began in 1969. Construction was finished in 1973, where the mall was first opened to the public. The four original anchors included Woolco, Sears, The Bay, and Dominion. Some stores such as Ashbrook's and Mark & Spencer were closed in the late 1990s order to make way for the Cityside expansion, which was completed in the early 2000s. In 1999, Eaton's filled for bankruptcy, closing their location at Square One. Zellers took over the space in 2000. During January 2011, Target acquired the leases of most Zellers stores, including their location at Square One. Zellers closed in June 2012 and the store was renovated into a Target, which opened to the public on March 30, 2013. In January 2013, Square One started a major renovation on the main corridor from the Target store to the centre court/food court. Burger King and Bowring were forced to close down due to the expansion of the food court across from the existing food court. The scenic elevator, along with the fountain, were removed and replaced with two escalators. This renovation was completed during the Fall of 2013. Square One also expanded by adding its concept, Grand Centre Court, which added at least (220,000 sq ft (20,439 m2)) square feet extra. Sears Canada announced on June 14, 2013 that it will be closing its store at Square One and Yorkdale as of March 9, 2014. On June 27, Empire Theatres announced that they will be selling their theatre at Square One to Landmark Cinemas. It was announced on December 6, 2013 that La Maison Simons will take over most of the space occupied by Sears, with a flagship store which opened in Spring 2016. In January 2015, Target announced that it would close all their stores, including their location at Square One. Target's location at Square One closed April 2015. The South Expansion was completed in the summer of 2016, adding numerous retailers and a Holt Renfrew anchor store, and removing the Dollarama and Home Outfitters stores. Square One has had many anchor stores throughout its history. Eaton's (closed 1999; replaced with Zellers the following year.) Zellers (2000–2012) (took over Eaton's; replaced with Target the following year after its closure.) Sears (145,202 sq ft (13,490 m2)) (1973 as Simpsons Sears – March 9, 2014; replaced with Simons.) Ashbrook's (Closed around the late 1990s; currently part of Cityside Expansion) Marks & Spencer (Closed late 1990s) Dominion (original anchor; closed and demolished during the 1980s. Now mall space.) Target (2013–2015) (163,733 sq ft (15,211 m2)) (replaced Zellers; closed April 2015, to be occupied by The Rec Room) Woolco (1973–1994) Woolco was acquired by Walmart, thus closing this location.

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