Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 24, 2015

Galeries d'Anjou, Montreal. Photo: Ivanhoé Cambridge

Galeries d'Anjou, Montreal. Photo: Ivanhoé Cambridge


Top Stories - Canada: 

-New car purchases lift Canada's retail sales to record in May [Globe & Mail]

-Loblaw to close 52 unprofitable stores over next year as earnings spike 15% [Financial Post]

-Closing the sales gap: Clothing retailers shift marketing focus to men [Globe & Mail]

-What rights do retail employees have in Canada? [Yahoo]

-Marvelous May or Incipient Inflation? [JC Williams]

-HBC's winter Team Canada gear selling strong during Pan Ams [CTV]

-Plunging loonie means inflation in store: Don Pittis [CBC]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-BC has Canada's biggest jump in retail sales in May [Business in Vancouver]

-Editorial: Mall shopping back in vogue in Vancouver area [Vancouver Sun]

-Rexall to pay $43,000 for Shaunavon, Kamsack prescription errors [Regina Leader Post]

-Guess store offers Calgary woman a birthday dress after being refused at Bebe [Calgary:Metro]

-Pop-up produce store set to open in downtown Kitchener [CBC]

-Vancouver entrepreneur in a hurry to make his mark in the marketplace [Vancouver Sun]

-Peaches and Green brings healthy living to midtown [Inside Toronto]

-There's $300-million waiting to be sipped from the LCBO's warehouses [Globe & Mail]


Our Previous Articles: 

-List of Retailers Opening and Expanding in Canada: July 2015

-Tiffany & Co. to Relocate Montreal Concession Amid Luxury Retail Shift

-Strellson to Expand 'Mink Mile' Flagship

-One of Canada's Most Productive Retail Centres Succeeds at 5 Days a Week

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