Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 28, 2015

Photo: Oxford Properties Group

Photo: Oxford Properties Group

Our Article of the Day: 

Canada a Leading 'Target Destination' for Global Retailers


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Canadian impact unknown after major Fiat Chrysler recall, $105M fine [CBC]

-Lowe's Canada Announces Newly Appointed Vice President of Supply Chain [Newswire]

-Tim Hortons, Burger King parent hikes dividend as new products boost sales [Financial Post]

-Farm Boy’s Jeff York on mega growth and succeeding in fresh [Canadian Grocer]

-Canada's Frank & Oak online men's clothing retailer to open in Chicago [Chicago Business Journal]

-‘Beleaguered’ loonie seen skidding further, possibly to as low as 74¢ [Globe & Mail]

-Canadians 35+ still spend more time on desktop than mobile [Marketing Magazine]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Dior officially launches Vancouver boutique with a celebration [THECloset YVR]

-Albertans buying Lamborghinis despite economic downturn [CBC]

-Winnipeg woman opens one-stop shop for cancer patients [Global]

-John Fluevog relocating Queen Street shoe store location after 26 years of operation [Toronto Life]

-Hatfield Home Hardware in Saint John closes abruptly after 45 years [CBC]

-Arts supply store to 'swing for the fences' [Kingston Whig-Standard]

-Ontario Is in the Middle of a Booze Revolution [Huffington Post]

-Jewels store nearly doubles in size, doubles revenues [Inside Ottawa Valley]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Luxury Retail Growth Continues at North America’s Second Busiest International Airport

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

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

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