Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 13, 2015

Our Article of the Day: 

RYU Plans Significant International Expansion After Relocating to Canada


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Simons looks to defy retail industry woes, expand across Canada [CTV]

-Rogers puts Shopping Channel up for sale, attracting US buyers, sources say [Globe & Mail]

-Too many high-end retailers setting up shop in Canada: retail consultant [Chronicle Journal]

-Walmart Canada looks into possible credit card data breach [Globe & Mail]

-Herschel brothers look to partnerships to expand their empire [Globe & Mail]

-Metro grocery chain makes app available for Apple Watch [Supermarket News]

-Real Canadian Superstore's new ethnic format (with photos) [Grocery Business]

-Unifor Metro grocery store workers reach tentative agreement [Newswire]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Corner stores in Toronto are getting a new kind of power wall: fresh fruit [Globe & Mail]

-More wine likely coming to BC grocery stores this fall [News 1130]

-Condo developments surrounded by empty retail space in some Calgary neighbourhoods [CBC]

-Provigo Le Marché celebrates two years of transforming Québec's grocery landscape [] 

-West End Well co-op in Hintonburg may close because of poor sales [Ottawa: CBC]

-Second-time success for First Nations retailer at Vancouver outlet mall  [Vancouver Sun]

-Nordstrom Vancouver Flagship store hiring in four departments [Vancity Buzz]

-Twigg musical-instrument store damaged by fire [Montreal: CBC]


Our Previous Articles: 

-McArthurGlen Designer Outlets Negotiating to Add More Luxury Brands

-Simon Carter Relocates North American Flagship

-How the Label Makes the Brand

-Nordstrom to Bring New Restaurant Concepts to Canada

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