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

Top Stories - Canada: 

-Luxury Stores Are Coming To Your Local Mall: These Are Canada's 10 Ritziest Shopping Areas [Huffington Post]

-La Vie en Rose succeeds where others have failed [Toronto Star]

-Sobeys launches South Asian store [Canadian Grocer]

-Freson Bros.’ Mike Lovsin, Saputo’s Joe Weber, named CFIG Life Members [Grocery Business]

-Danier Announces Amended and Extended Credit Facility With CIBC [Stockhouse]

-Lower loonie discouraging Canadians from heading south [CTV]

-Kraft Heinz names Carlos Piani as Canadian president [Grocery Business]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Quebec department store (La Maison Simons) looking for space in Winnipeg [Winnipeg Free Press]

-Grocers fight to stay open Labour Day [Toronto Star]

-Children's bookstore Babar En Ville is closing its Westmount doors [Montreal Gazette] 

-Alberta company bottling air from Canadian Rockies and selling it worldwide [CBC]

-150 Windsorites lined up for chance to work at Dollarama [Windsor ON: CBC]

-Farm Boy sets up shop in Greater Toronto Area [Canadian Grocer]

-Loblaw, union sign part-time workers deal [Canadian Grocer]

-Desperately seeking fashion-forward choices for bigger guys [Edmonton Journal]


Our Previous Articles: 

-German Brand Marc Cain to Enter Canada with 5 Confirmed Locations

-Half Day Fraud Seminar That Could Save Your Company: September 22 in Vancouver

-Whistler Creekside Village Bringing 'Uniquely Canadian' Retail to Whistler Area

-Luxury Brand Stefano Ricci to Open 1st Free-Standing Canadian Location

-British Fashion Brand REISS Plans Cross-Canada Store Expansion

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