Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 14, 2015

Our Articles of the Day: 

1) List of the Most Productive Retailers in Canada

2) Inside North America's 1st McArthurGlen Designer Outlets [With Photos]

3) Infographic: Canada's Top Retail Trends for 2015



Top Stories - Canada: 

-Canadian consumers slow to accept mobile payments as banks look ahead [Globe & Mail]

-Hudson's Bay president Liz Rodbell on taking retail upscale [Canadian Business]

-Wal-Mart Inc has plans to counterattack Amazon’s ‘Prime Day’ with its own massive online sale [Financial Post]

-Up To 60,000 Canadians Affected By Walmart Credit Card Breach [Huffington Post]

-Are French Connection Stores Slowly Disappearing in Canada? [Style Democracy]

-Rent-A-Center sells 14 Canadian stores to easyhome Ltd. [Dallas Business Journal]

-Is Rona's new strategy a blueprint for success? [Marketing]

-Canada: 60 second round-up - IGD Retail Analysis [IGD]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Supermarket shortage is hurting many Calgary neighbourhoods [Alberta Venture]

-Lifestyle stores market to modern Muslims [Toronto Star]

-Vancouver's Gastown a destination for fashionable men [Vancouver Sun]

-The Detox Market has opened an outlet in Yorkville [Toronto Life]

-Loblaws introduces online shopping at Midland Avenue store [Kingston Whig-Standard]

-Pop-up stores becoming a popular retail trend [Calgary Herald]

-Judge to West Vancouver cigar store owner: Butt out [Business in Vancouver]

-Lots of buzz behind Orillia bookstore [Orillia Packet & Times]


Our Previous Articles: 

-RYU Plans Significant International Expansion After Relocating Headquarters to Canada

-McArthurGlen Designer Outlets Negotiating to Add More Luxury Brands

-Simon Carter Relocates North American Flagship

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