Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 9, 2015

Our Article of the Day: 

McArthurGlen Designer Outlets Negotiating to Add More Luxury Brands


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Overwaitea pushes east with expansion of grocer Save-On-Foods to Saskatchewan, Manitoba [Financial Post]

-Ikea Canada installing electric vehicle charging stations [CTV]

-92% of Canadians make a point of buying homegrown products [Marketing Magazine]

-Canadians say grocers have better meals than fast-food restaurants [Canadian Grocer]

-Instagram is Dynamite’s fastest growing social channel [Iconosquare]

-Martin Place 'money box' lures Canada's Kit and Ace [Australian Financial Review]

-Nine West store owner in Canada files for bankruptcy protection [CBC]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-IKEA Richmond Expands Offer to Enhance Shopping Experience [Marketwired]

-Official opening of the first FOREVER 21 in Québec at the Galeries de la Capitale [Newswire]

-Choices to open 10th store, replace IGA in Abbotsford [Business in Vancouver]

-Future unclear for historic Whyte Avenue wood building (formerly housing Kit and Ace) [Edmonton Journal]

-Attica is 20 years young [The Coast Halifax]

-11-store shopping centre proposed for Revelstoke [Revelstoke Mountaineer]

-New Paving Adding to the Charm of Yorkville Avenue [Urban Toronto]

-Vancouver rejects BC wine store inside Urban Fare grocery store [CBC]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Simon Carter Relocates North American Flagship

-How the Label Makes the Brand

-Nordstrom to Bring New Restaurant Concepts to Canada

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

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