Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: June 9, 2015

Our Articles of the Day: 

1) Canada's Largest Shoe Hall Expands and Relocates

2) E-Commerce in Canada in a Sorry State [Includes Infographic]

3) International Sales Director Employment Position


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Top Stories - Canada: 

-Blacks Photography to close all stores [Globe & Mail]

-Lululemon Athletica Inc just topped expectations for the eighth straight quarter and hiked its full-year outlook [Financial Post]

-Shoppers Drug Mart ushers loyalty program into digital [Marketing Magazine]

-National tenants eye former Target sites [REMI Network]

-How Walmart Canada can leap ahead with online grocery pickup [IGD]

-The Hellmann's® Real Food Movement is taking action against food insecurities in Canada [Newswire]

-Putting a face on farm fresh: Local producers cashing in on the groundswell of branding [Financial Post]

-Flight Centre Celebrates 20 years in Canada [MT]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Farm Boy’s Ontario expansion coming to Kitchener [Canadian Grocer]

-Free shipping as the 'modern-day coupon' [Vancouver Sun]

-Casablanca Video may have new life [Calgary: CTV]

-Designer eager to pitch expansion [North Bay Nugget]

-Add downtown parking, remove retail space, city staff says [Windsor: CBC]

-Target Canada disclaims Sydney lease [Cape Breton Post]

-Adult colouring books big seller at Calgary art store [CBC]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Construction Progress at Holt Renfrew, Square One

-French Luxury Brand Longchamp Opens 1st Canadian Location

-Saks Fifth Avenue Gains Potential Calgary Opportunity

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