RioCentre is the shopping mall in Canada. It's owned by RioCan a huge Canadian Real Estate company.
RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust is the second-largest real estate investment trust (REIT) in Canada. It has an enterprise value of approximately $14 billion, and owns 289 primarily retail properties, with a net leasable area of 44 million square feet. The company properties are located across Canada. The current chief executive officer is Edward Sonshine.
RioCan has built multiple shopping RioCentre malls in different states, RioCentre Oakville located at Dundas Street West and Neyagawa Boulevard in Oakville and RioCentre Newmarket located at the intersection of Yonge Street and Sawmill Valley Dr. in Newmarket. The very common thing between these malls is that they both suck.
David Furtado writes his lovely review about the RioCentre Oakville; "The parking of this mall sucks & has a lot of holes everywhere". Another feedback about the lanes of the mall; "Congested area. Tight lanes to drive on. One has to be very attentive to stave off any fender benders". The very thing that is going to suck your whole shopping is the poor parking management.