Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: June 5, 2015

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1) Saks Fifth Avenue Gains Potential Calgary Opportunity

2) Canada's Most Innovative Grocery Products Revealed

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Top Stories - Canada: 

-Hudson's Bay set to bid for Metro's Kaufhof soon: source [Reuters Canada]

-Picking the winners and losers in the Canadian consumer space [Financial Post]

-Apple Watch will be available to purchase in retail stores in two weeks [Mobile Syrup]

-Hudson's Bay Company Named One of Canada's 50 Best Corporate Citizens [Globe & Mail]

-Tim Hortons yanks Enbridge advertisements from ‘Tims TV’ in stores after complaints [Financial Post]

-RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust Provides Update on Target Store Closures [Globe & Mail]

-Rexall managers pushed for medication reviews at drive-thrus, insiders say [CBC]


Canadian News - Region-by-Region: 

-Overwaitea adding 40 stores in the West over next 5-7 years [Grocery Business]

-Tour the largest Canadian Tire store in Canada [Edmonton Journal]

-Montreal merchants say no to banning plastic bags [CBC]

-Cadillac Fairview buys back Target leases at Market Mall and Chinook Centre [Calgary Herald]

-Harry Young shoe store closes after 97 years [Toronto Star]

-'Pop-up' flea market coming to downtown London [London Free Press]

-BC craft beer prices spike [Vancouver Sun]


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

-UNOde50 to Enter Canadian Market with Multiple Locations

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

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