Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 20, 2015

Our Article of the Day: 

1) Ones to Watch: Canadian Retailers Seeing Success During Times of Turmoil

2) Forever 21 Reveals 1st Canadian F21 Red Locations


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Kraft Heinz Company unveils Canadian leadership team [Grocery Business]

-Weak Canadian dollar gives visitors a reason to cheer (good for some retailers) [CBC]

-Canadas May retail sales to show a modest rebound [Econotimes]

-Analysts Set Hudson's Bay Co Target Price at $32.21 [sleekmoney]

-Food tampering is a despicable act, says federal agriculture minister [Canadian Grocer]

-5 things that could get pricier as the loonie plummets [CTV]

-Retail Dietitians Help You Make Healthy Food Choices [Huffington Post]

-The Staples Guy is Coming to Canada, as the retailer shifts focus from price to convenience [Marketing Magazine]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Eaton's minimalist architecture goes for drama in Vancouver (re: new Nordstrom store) [Globe & Mail]

-67 years later, Honest Ed's offers memories and deals [Toronto Star]

-Beloved Kensington Market grocer transforms Zimmerman's [Toronto Star]

-Music store expands into Kanata with vinyl lifeline [Ottawa Community News]

-Peel St. merchants say construction is hurting bottom line [Montreal: CTV]

-Yellowknife Sears dealer to shut down at end of month [CBC]

-Poor weather leaves Iqaluit grocery shelves empty [Global]

-New Brunswickers shop at home as loonie continues slide [CBC]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Suit Maker Indochino Plans Further Bricks-and-Mortar Expansion

-Christian Dior Opens Stunning 1st Canadian Flagship (With Photos)

-Aussie Skin Care Brand Aesop Opens 1st Canadian Locations

-List of the Most Productive Retailers in Canada

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