Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 29, 2015

Our Article of the Day: 

Saks Fifth Avenue to Feature Upscale New Restaurant Concepts in Canadian Stores


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Jones New York stores saved from closure as Tip Top Tailors owner buys chain [CBC]

-Canadian Nine West shoe store owner gets reprieve from its creditors [WFP]

-Changing menu for grocery shoppers (re: Loblaw) [Leader Post]

-Drones should get their own airspace, says Amazon [Toronto Star]

-Stores, shopping malls doing more to accommodate breasteading moms [Yahoo]

-Canada is not in a recession, influential group of economists says [CBC]

-Bralettes, midi skirts, replacing oversized sweaters and maxi skirts in hot Google search data [Toronto Star]

-Canadians' use of cash declining [Winnipeg Free Press]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Shoe retailer DSW to open in Saanich next month [Victoria Times Colonist]

-Lowe's Canada announces two more locations in Ontario [EPR]

-Jewelry store owners face another battle [Winnipeg Free Press]

-'We saw the future in Griffintown', businesses say [Montreal Gazette]

-Just Desserts closes last restaurant in Toronto [BlogTO]

-Small scale still sues LCBO for 'unconstitutional' markup [Hamilton Spectator]

-Hartman's Your Independent Grocer retires [Ottawa: CTV]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Canada a Leading 'Target Destination' for Global Retailers

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

-List of Retailers Opening and Expanding in Canada

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