Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: June 11, 2015



Our Article of the Day: 

List of Retailers Opening and Expanding in Canada: June 2015


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Loblaw to ban microbeads and other agents from Life Brand, President’s Choice products [Toronto Star]

-Lululemon Althetica Inc shares drop on SEC filing that paves way for founder Chip Wilson to sell stock [Financial Post] launches dedicated clothing and shoe stores [Globe & Mail]

-Dollarama to install mobile cash registers to reduce seasonal lineups [Globe & Mail]

-Hudson's Bay, Dollarama thrive as Canada's retail landscape shifts [Global]

-The 'tampon tax' is gone, but the 'tampon tariff' lives on [Macleans]

-Target Canada’s Ill-Fated Adventure [Robin Report]

-Hudson’s Bay Co suffers wider loss in the first quarter — but sales are surging [Financial Post]

-How Sears Canada (and other like-companies) can improve currently slumps [Business Review Canada]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Changes taking place at Chinook Centre [Calgary Herald]

-St-Denis St. to get $10.4M makeover [Montreal Gazette]

-Vancouver nutritional supplement company sells for US$550 million [Business in Vancouver]

-Calgary's lone video-rental store operator antsy to re-open [Metro]

-Ken Ross Park to honour Barrhaven grocer [Ottawa Community News]

-Carstar Opens Newest Store In Quebec [Auto Service World]

-Vintage Toronto Ads: Black's [Torontoist]

-Cheese Boutique more than just cheese [Toronto Sun]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Why Telus is Shuttering Iconic BLACKS Photography

-Original 'The Room' at Hudson's Bay Relocates and Downsizes [With Photos]

-Canada's Largest Shoe Hall Expands and Relocates

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