Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 10, 2015

  The CORE, Calgary. Photo: Ivanhoé Cambridge

The CORE, Calgary. Photo: Ivanhoé Cambridge


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Sleep Country to boost IPO 50 per cent to $300-million [Globe & Mail]

-Strike averted at 60 Loblaw-owned stores after workers accept revised deal [Canadian Grocer]

-35 Canadian Bookstores You Need To Visit Before You Die [Buzzfeed]

-Hudson's Bay Company and RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust Close First Tranche of Previously Announced Real Estate Joint Venture [Stockhouse]

-Canada Post proposes hike in postage rates in 2016 [CTV]

-Lululemon chosen to suit up Volleyball Canada beach players [BIV]

-IKEA to install electric car-charging stations at all Canadian stores [CBC]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Opening of a new outlet mall causes major traffic problems at YVR [Global]

-Food recovery program expands across Quebec supermarkets [Canadian Grocer]

-Save-On Foods plans to open 40 stores in Manitoba and Saskatchewan [Metro News]

-Vancouver record store and nightclub combo first of its kind [Vancity Buzz]

-Arlington Street has big designs for 17th Avenue [Calgary Herald]

-LCBO extending hours at 3 downtown Toronto locations for Pan Am Games [680 News]

-N.B. convenience stores call for crackdown on illegal smoke sales [Canadian Grocer]

-Bazille at Nordstrom's not your grandpa's department store lunch counter [Calgary Sun]


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