Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: June 29, 2015

  Photo: Italian Centre Shop Ltd.

Photo: Italian Centre Shop Ltd.

Our Article of the Day: 

Italian Centre Shop Sets Sights on Expansion


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Hilco Capital steps in to lead hat maker Tilley Endurables' growth [City A.M.]

-Jollibee delays store opening in Canada to 2017 [Manilla Standard]

-Smart clothing goes mainstream as Hexoskin begins selling in Best Buy Canada [Mobile Syrup]

-Sears Canada’s chances of survival are slim, analyst says: It’s ‘now or never’ [Financial Post]

-Canadian invention aims to become the Keurig coffee pod machine for cocktails [CBC]

-Metro Inc. announces plan to buy back shares through private agreements [Stockhouse]

-Food waste at record levels as other Canadians go hungry [Global]


Canadian News - Region-by-Region: 

-Loblaw union sets strike deadline (for this week) [Toronto Star]

-Leonard Lee and sons open new Mill Street store (near Ottawa) [Millstone News]

-De Beers debuts Aria collection in Vancouver [Vancouver Sun]

-His bespoke suits reflect Michael Nguyen’s love of fashion (Collection in Holt Renfrew) [Toronto Star]

-Lowe's bullish on Kelowna []

-Hats off to North Vancouver's Tilley family for 30 years in business [North Shore News]

-New store specializes in fruits, vegetables [The Guardian Charlottetown] 


Our Previous Articles: 

-Neal's Yard Remedies Plans Canadian Expansion

-Pop-Ups Create Brand Awareness for Innovative New Denim Brand

-Canada's Top Footwear Designer, Ron White, Continues Expansion

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