Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: June 18, 2015



Our Article of the Day: 

Prada to Substantially Expand Canadian Operations


Top Stories - Canada: 

-5 reasons why supermarkets want you to eat your fruits and vegetables [Global]

-Apple Watch can now be reserved online for in-store pickup in Canada [Mobile Syrup]

-HBC bets big on department stores, but can it woo shoppers  [CBC]

-Wal-Mart Canada on Mcommerce and Responsive Design [eMarketer]

-Tim Hortons Inc AGM loses the free donuts as new CEO focuses on cost-cutting [Financial Post]

-Dollarama announces plan to buy back shares through private agreements [Stockhouse]

-Amazon considers using ordinary folks to deliver goods [Toronto Star]


Canadian News - Regional:

-Quebec to require retailers with English names to add French descriptor [CTV]

-Simons department store prepares for August opening in Gatineau [Ottawa Citizen]

-Vancouver Airport outlet mall to open on July 9 [Vancity Buzz]

-Regina police start ticketing 'unwanted guests' downtown [CBC]

-Thrifty Foods aims to avoid food waste and feed the hungry [Canadian Grocer]

-Makeup maven got her start giving surgery patients 'new face' [Toronto: Globe & Mail]

-Rothman & Co: New luxury linens brand with deep Canadian roots opens in Vancouver [Vancity Buzz]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Pacific Centre Opens Nordstrom-Anchored Retail Wing [Article Includes Lease Plan]

-Defining the Canadian Millennial

-Tiffany & Co. Opens at Rideau Centre

-Vancouver One of Only 12 World Cities to Feature New Burberry Collection

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