Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: June 4, 2015

Photo: UNOde50

Photo: UNOde50

Our Articles of the Day: 

1) UNOde50 to Enter Canadian Market with Multiple Locations

2) June 11: A Half Day Fraud 360™ Seminar That Could Save Your Company


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Loblaw’s online ordering service helps to keep shelves full [Globe & Mail]

-Retailers tapping social media like Pinterest, Instagram to find out what consumers really want [Financial Post]

-Target Stores Insolvency Biggest In Canadian Retail History [Mondaq]

-VIDEO: Harry Rosen CEO: We're one step ahead of Nordstrom [BNN]

-Interac Association and Retail Council of Canada Announce Top Applicant of 2015 Retail as a Career Scholarship [Newswire]

-Prom dress prices: Canadian dressmakers kept busy by falling loonie [CBC]

-Canadian home furnishings retailers fighting for millennial shoppers [680News]

-Sorry shoppers, free home delivery won't last, HBC says [Global]


Canadian News - Region-by-Region: 

-Lowe's to take over two former Calgary Target locations [Calgary Herald]

-Cider makers 'left behind' as Ontario moves to reform beer and wine sales [National Post]

-Lunenburg booksellers hoping to bring back reading [CBC]

-Retail spending in the province slips after February surge [Business in Vancouver]

-City wants to crack down on payday lenders [Burnaby Now]

-Elle & Eve takes shoppers on magical mystery tour [Toronto Star]

-Closet Crows Consignment Store Popping up on West 4th [24 Hours Vancouver]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Skullcandy to Open Free-Standing Outlets as it Enters Canadian Market

-iStore Plans Cross-Canada Expansion, Following Successful Prototype Launch

-Upscale French Menswear Brand Loding to Open 3rd Toronto Location


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