Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: June 19, 2015

  Les Promenades Gatineau, Quebec. Rendering: Oxford Properties.

Les Promenades Gatineau, Quebec. Rendering: Oxford Properties.


Top Stories - Canada: 

-These are the biggest retail players taking over former Target leases in Canada [Buzz Buzz Home, with comment by Retail Insider's Craig Patterson]

-Loblaws demands workers pay back thousands after payment error [CBC]

-In Canada, the Pressure Is on for Retail Sales Associates [eMarketer]

-Gap store closures part of demise of women's mid-range clothing retailers [CBC]

-What is Canada's largest retailer? [Colliers Report]

-Sobeys appoints Lorne MacLean as president, Thrifty Foods [Grocery Business]

-Gulf gas stations to return to Canada [Business in Vancouver]

-Canadian retailer Joe Fresh to open store in Philippines [BusinessWorld]


Canadian News - Regional:

-Montreal shop Joshua David opens uptown [Toronto Life]

-Oil slump takes bite out of Alberta retail sales [Calgary Herald]

-Foot traffic up in downtown Regina [Leader Post]

-Canmore soap company cleaning up [Calgary Herald]

-Toronto Pearson offers first glimpse into redevelopment of Terminal 3 [Includes new retail: Yahoo]

-Luxury brands Brunello Cucinelli and Versace opening in Vancouver [Vancity Buzz, sourcing Retail Insider]

-Sizzling Summer Swag: Luxury at Once Again Resale [Vancouver: Vancity Buzz]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Prada to Substantially Expand Canadian Operations

-Defining the Canadian Millennial

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

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