Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: September 4, 2015



Top Stories - Canada: 

-Canadian retailer Kit and Ace expands, brews up change with in-store coffee shops [Winnipeg Free Press]

-Sears Canada’s retail operations ‘basically worthless at this point,’ analysts say [Financial Post]

-Retail paychecks are climbing in Canada – but so are unsteady hours [Global] 

-Waiting for Work: Canadian retail workers face volatility of on-call shifts [CTV]

-Vancouver's 6S Marketing urges Apple not to name new iPhone the 6S [BIV]

-Sex Shops In Canada: 12 Reasons To Check Them Out This Fall [Huffington Post]

-Karl Lagerfeld is coming to a store near you [MarketWatch]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Overwaitea converts six B.C. stores to the Save-On-Foods banner [Grocery Business] 

-Save-On-Foods points program helps shoppers restock after storm [Canadian Grocer]

-Toronto denim retailer Over the Rainbow turns 40 [Rivet]

-Organic food market growing [Saskatoon Star Phoenix]

-Emotions run high during consultation about development near MUHC (including grocery store) [Montreal Gazette]

-Giant Tiger announces new Fergus location to open in May [Wellington Advertiser]

-Fiasco Gelato brings fine Italian ice cream to Vancouver [Vancity Buzz]

-Lease signs at Zulu Records signal changes [Vancouver: Georgia Straight]


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-Rocky Mountain Soap Company Reveals Growth and Renovation Plans

-MUJI Announces 2nd Canadian Location

-Plus-Sized Retailer Torrid Plans Up to 50 Canadian Locations

-Iconic Luxury Retailer Milli Plans Revamp and New Location

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

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