The Canadian footwear brand continues to open freestanding stores. Its most recent location is particularly unique — it’s the company’s first street-front store, and is also its largest to date, set in an historic 130 year old building.Read More
Purolator Stops Accepting New Parcels as Threat of Strike Looms, Giant Tiger Announces 2 Stores, Thomas Sabo Announces Canadian Market Partnership with Luxury Group, RYU Apparel Opens 3rd Location at West Vancouver's Park Royal.Read More
Canada’s Oldest Harley-Davidson Dealer Celebrates a Century in Business, Toronto City Councillor Wants to Limit Chain Stores, Downtown Winnipeg Retail Program Helps Launch Businesses that Stick.
The German fashion brand, which entered Canada in the fall of 2015, plans to open 3 more locations in the country this year. It’s also expanding into the US, and will use Canada to fulfill its American operations.Read More
Why a String of Fashion Failures Does not Signal the Death of Malls, ShoppersDrugMart Rolls out Self-Checkouts, Besieged Retail Space Could Drag Down Canadian REITs, Le Chateau Voluntarily delists from TSX, Calgary's CF Chinook Centre to See Expansion.Read More
AirMiles Suspends Redemption After Points Thefts, Walmart Launches Grocery Home Delivery in GTA, Limited Edition Nordstrom Vancouver x Nike Shoes SellOut in 2 Hours, Scores of Toronto Women Searching for their Wedding Gowns as Consignment Store Shuts its Doors.Read More
Future of Sears Canada in Question as US Company Struggles, Trump Administration Says Freer-Trade in Online, DutyFree Goods is a NAFTA Target, Starbucks Canada Aims to Hire 1,000 Refugees, Freshii Aims to Add 150 to 160 Locations this Year, Saskatchewan Raises PST Today.Read More
The company is changing the course of its retail operations and as a result, Canada's off-price market will see Sears go head-to-head with HBC and TJX-owned banners such as Saks Off 5th, Winners and Marshalls.Read More