Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: August 31, 2015

Our Article of the Day:

Revealed: La Maison Simons' Unusual Configuration at 'The CORE'


Top Stories - Canada: joins trend of online retailers opening storefronts []

-Nordstrom: Competing With The Same Billionaire Family That Fought Off Target [Seeking Alpha]

-Retail checkup: It's operation rehab for many fashion chains [Montreal Gazette]

-Why Dollarama can sell off-brand versions of name-brand chocolate bars [Yahoo]

-Reitmans gets active: Chain opens new Hyba banner, increases marketing moves [Montreal Gazette]

-Gap's store brands in Canada to end on-call, short-notice shifts [Globe & Mail]

-La Vie en Rose: Meeting real needs of real women [Montreal Gazette]

-Why Rona Inc. Belongs in Your Portfolio [Motley]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-It's Le Château de Montréal, merci: Ad blitz plays city as muse [Montreal Gazette]

-HomeSense, Starbucks and Princess Auto adding to PEI's landscape [Charlottetown Guardian]

-White: Grocery stores in the core a calculated decision [Calgary Herald]

-Giant Tiger to occupy part of former Target store in Fergus [Guelph Mercury]

-Bombay Spices now in Saskatoon [Star Phoenix]

-Fredericton 'Changes' store set to close in September [CBC]

-Glooscap First Nation business project to bring stores, hotel, market [Nova Scotia: CBC] 

-Enfield Home Hardware bought by Payzant [CBC]


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-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

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