Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: August 7, 2015


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Sears Canada program guarantees back-to-school clothes will fit all year [Global]

-Shoppers Drug Mart Launches E-commerce Site [Cosmetics Magazine]

-Canadian Tire goes stylish [Toronto Star]

-Karlie Kloss to be the face of Joe Fresh/Flare partnership [Marketing Magazine]

-Changes to temporary foreign worker program generate labour shortage [Globe & Mail]

-Is Loblaw Companies Limited Still a Good Buy? [Motley Fool Canada]

-Couche-Tard signs agreement to convert "Extra" branded stores in Mexico under the Circle K banner [Stockhouse]

-Sleep Country Canada Holdings Inc revenues up 11 per cent [Financial Post]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Aritzia to open standalone Wilfred boutique at Pacific Centre [Vancouver: Vancity Buzz]

-Francophone bookstore aims to fill 'void' in Toronto's literary landscape [Toronto Star]

-Microsoft opens new store in Pacific Centre [Vancouver Sun]

-Seton's amenities a draw to Calgary's south (including retail) [Calgary Herald]

-Gas bar numbers get pumped in Simcoe [Simcoe Reformer]

-LV Flooring Opens New Store On Dufferin Street in Toronto [Press Release]

-Tecumseh LCBO among stores selling 12-packs of beer [CBC]

-Loblaw's staffers cooking for store's children's charity []


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