Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 8, 2015

Our Articles of the Day: 

1) How the Label Makes the Brand 

2) Simon Carter Relocates North American Flagship


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Nine West stores caught in bankruptcy protection [Globe & Mail]

-Why Apple stores are a sought-after 'big prize' for Canadian landlords [Financial Post]

-A fashion ace: JJ Wilson takes Vancouver-based Kit and Ace to the next level (video) [Vancouver Sun]

-Why Walmart thinks shoppers will buy into grocery pickup [Marketing Magazine]

-Canadian companies stockpiling Greek imports [Canadian Grocer]

-Jean Coutu Group Inc profit falls 6.5% as tax hit from court ruling takes toll [Financial Post]

-Couche-Tard will release its 2015 fourth quarter results on July 14th [Stockhouse]

-Grocery stores hiring nutrition experts, but is their advice helplful? [Globe & Mail]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Big changes planned for Southcentre Mall [Calgary Herald]

-Town endorses Toronto Premium Outlets' bid for holiday exemption []

-The Source opens new experience-focused store at Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping Centre [Marketing Magazine]

-Kingston's Gap store to remain open [CKWS]

-MEC's Toronto Expansion Adventure [Bisnow]

-New Cabela's Calgary store to hire 200 people [Calgary Herald]

-Mil Jeanne's Flowers getting a facelift [Portage Daily]

-Wine won't be sold in Toronto supermarkets this year [BlogTO]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Nordstrom to Bring New Restaurant Concepts to Canada

-Substantial Retail Proposed in One of Canada's Wealthiest Regions

-Coach Renovates 'Mink Mile' Flagship

-Ashley Furniture HomeStore to Open Multiple Canadian Locations

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