Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: August 20, 2015

Rendering: Hudsons' Bay Company

Rendering: Hudsons' Bay Company

Our Article of the Day: 

Saks Canada Secures Flagship Brands Despite Holt Renfrew's Luxury Dominance

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Top Stories - Canada: 

-Target's other lasting legacy: A sea of unsold goods []

-Montreal's La Vie en Rose plans for global growth [Global]

-Canadian doll maker faces tough competition against American Girl [Globe & Mail]

-As F21 prepares to come to Canada, learn how to make your business can avoid competition [Canada Business Review]

-In low-growth economy, Walmart Canada’s sales still move up [Canadian Grocer]

-Many Changes in Canadian Bricks & Mortar Retailing []

-Canadians throwing away money on unused gift cards [Marketing Magazine]

-Nutrilait shows off new look [Canadian Grocery]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Calgary retail market resilient in face of slumping economy [Calgary Herald]

-Sobeys takes action to help expedite downtown redevelopment [Chilliwack Progress]

-Loblaw expands click and collect to London [Marketing Magazine]

-Vintage Toronto Ads: Eaton's '68 [Torontoist]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Australian Jeweller Michael Hill Plans to Double Canadian Store Count

-La Maison Simons Opens 10th Location [With Photos]

-Canadian Retailers are Increasingly Facing Stronger Headwinds

-Nordstrom Bringing Designer 'Space' Concept to Canada

-Saks OFF 5TH to Open Up to 8 Canadian Locations Next Year

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