Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: June 3, 2015

Our Article of the Day: 

Skullcandy to Open Free-Standing Outlets as it Enters Canadian Market

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Top Stories - Canada (re: HBC/Saks)

-Online retailers need bricks-and-mortar stores in ‘all channel’ future, HBC chief says [Financial Post]

-Saks to expand discount chain Off 5th in Canada and the U.S. [Globe & Mail]

-The personal touch: Hudson's Bay CEO wants to provide personal sellers [CTV]

-New HBC chief bullish on bricks-and-mortar [Toronto Star]

-Hudson's Bay CEO sees overseas opportunities [Reuters Canada]

Other Top Stories - Canada: 

-Reitmans (Canada) Limited announces its results [Newswire]

-Canadian Retailers: Physical Stores Remain Key [Loyalty 360]

-What does that grocery label mean? [Global]

-Alimentation Couche-Tard closes $700 million offering [Stockhouse]


Canadian News - Region-by-Region: 

-Simons says Metro Vancouver is a good location for expansion [BIV]

-Biggest Canadian Tire in Canada opens in south Edmonton [630CHED]

-Fredericton clothing line aims to reduce stigma of mental health [CBC]

-Nunavut crunches numbers on biggest ever food price survey [NN] 

-North-end Safeway unveils facelift, expansion [Alberta Daily Herald Tribune]

-Heritage hit for Hudson's Bay [NOW Toronto]


Our Previous Articles: 

-iStore Plans Cross-Canada Expansion, Following Successful Prototype Launch

-Mastermind Toys Continues Aggressive Canadian Expansion

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