Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 17, 2015




Top Stories - Canada: 

-Sleep Country Canada returns to TSX after 7-year absence [CBC]

-Sleep Country shares stumble in TMX debut [Globe & Mail]

-David Sobey and Donald Sobey to retire from Empire board of directors [Grocery Business]

-Rona to buy its 20 franchise stores, simplify retail network [Globe & Mail]

-Restaurants may increase menu prices to match rising grocery costs [CTV]

-Amazon’s Prime Day a mere garage sale, say Twitter users [Toronto Star]

-'Bludgeoned' Canadian dollar means a spike in consumer prices [Globe & Mail]

-Will 'upscale' office attire save Le Chateau? [Global]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-McEwan heads to downtown Toronto with new location [Canadian Grocer]

-Liquor store restrictions could be eased later this year [Edmonton: CBC]

-Adonis opens 7th Quebec store [Grocery Business]

-Reader questions lack of grocery store in north Ottawa [Ottawa Herald]

-Vancouver's pot shop licensing fees may be 'prohibitive,' expert says [Globe & Mail]

-Whole Foods Market heading to Victoria [Canadian Grocer]

-Choices Market fast tracks growth with new store and warehouse [Canadian Grocer]

-Whistler Chamber introduces Commercial Lease Report [Pique]

-Photo finish: Recalling my weird summer of Blacks [Thorold News]


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