Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: June 12, 2015

Upper Canada Mall, Newmarket, ON. Photo: Oxford Properties.

Upper Canada Mall, Newmarket, ON. Photo: Oxford Properties.


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Gulf brand gas stations returning to Canada after 30 years [Globe & Mail]

-Apparel marketer Tom Tailor forays into Canada []

-Loblaws to stop making products with microbeads by 2018 [CBC]

-Dollarama continues to defy expectations: Raymond James [BNN]

-Lululemon Althetica Inc shares drop on SEC filing that paves way for founder Chip Wilson to sell stock [Financial Post]

-Amazon adds clothing store to Canadian offerings [CBC]

-Which of Canada's Big 3 Food Retailers Should You Buy Today? [Motley Fool Canada]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-MEC plans move from King St. to Queen [Toronto Star]

City eyes further retail expansion, transit-oriented development for Edmonton Transit [Metro]

-After 80 years, Toronto eyewear retailer is focused on the future [Globe & Mail]

-$15 minimum wage worries retailers, restaurants, small business [Alberta: CBC] 

-Honest Ed's to sell decades of theatre history [CTV]

-Scotiabank eyeing small-town branch closures, CEO says [Globe & Mail]

-Nordstrom Vancouver flagship hiring across all departments [Vancity Buzz]

-Sears CEO impressed with Belleville operations [Belleville Intelligencer]


Our Previous Articles: 

-List of Retailers Opening and Expanding in Canada: June 2015

-Why Telus is Shuttering Iconic BLACKS Photography

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

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