Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: June 15, 2015

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Our Article of the Day: 

Versace & Brunello Cucinelli to Join Strellson at 745 Thurlow


Top Stories - Canada: 

-HBC’s $3.9-billion German deal both a test and a challenge [Globe & Mail] 

-Hudson’s Bay set to buy German department store chain [Globe & Mail]

-Löle's CEO aims to grow company's 'athleisure' apparel into a global brand [Financial Post]

-Hudson's Bay could pop 19 percent on German expansion [Video: BNN]

-Income Seekers: 3 Retail REITs With up to 5.8% Yields [Motley Fool Canada]

-Proposed nutrition labels include standardized serving sizes [Canadian Grocer]

-Loblaw Co. Ltd vows to banish microbeads from products — but it’s going to take three-and-a-half years to do it [Financial Post]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Organic grocer replaces Zimmerman's in Kensington [BlogTO]

-Loblaws brings online grocery shopping to Ottawa [CTV]

-Canadian Tire's Edmonton stores have 500 screens []

-Concession Street shops try to hold on through construction [Hamilton ON: CBC]

-Touring Sears Canada CEO praises Peterborough store [Peterborough Examiner]

-Sears Canada president visits Cobourg store [Northumberland Today]

-Mel Boutilier launches north end Halifax thrift shop [CBC]

-Winnipeg furniture staple shutting doors after 46 years [CTV]


Our Previous Articles: 

-List of Retailers Opening and Expanding in Canada

-Why Telus is Shuttering Iconic BLACKS Photography

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

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