Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: June 23, 2015

Our Articles of the Day: 

1) Dollar Store Wars Heat Up as Canadian Retail Polarizes

2) The Upside of Politeness in Québec: Language Laws and Retail Signage


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Le Chateau Enters Into Long-Term Financing Agreement [Stockhouse]

-Four reasons why Dollarama is making big bucks [CTV]

-Eh guess what? Canadians continue to make a point of buying Canadian [Newswire]

-Loonie ready to hit 85 cents…in 2016: BMO [BIV]

-Why Walmart crushed Target in Canada [Financial Post]

-Retail Council of Canada Awards Nation’s Brightest Start-Up as ReBoot Challenge Winner [Retail Council of Canada]

-Moores Clothing For Men Launches 6th Annual Canadian Suit Drive [Newswire]

-Want lower food prices? Do away with soviet-style farming [Toronto Sun]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Supermodel lends star power to Nordstrom [Vancouver Sun]

-Vancouver company patents first 100% biodegradable coffee pod [CTV]

-Saskatoon store pulls Confederate flag from shelves [CBC]

-The Toronto Designers Market opens in Parkdale [Toronto Life]

-Canadian Tire owner looking forward to community involvement [High River Times]

-New Mercedes-Benz Thornhill flagship retail facility now open [Newswire]

-Unionized workers at Loblaw stores headed for strike [Toronto Star]


Our Previous Articles: 

-La Maison Simons to Open 2 Toronto Locations

-Prada to Substantially Expand Canadian Operations

-Defining the Canadian Millennial

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