Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 22, 2015

  Photo: Strellson

Photo: Strellson

Our Articles of the Day: 

1) Strellson to Expand 'Mink Mile' Flagship

2) Tiffany & Co. to Relocate Montreal Concession Amid Luxury Retail Shift


Top Stories - Canada: 

-What Target's suppliers wish they had known [Globe & Mail]

-Shopify launches App Store for its iPad Point of Sale platform [VentureBeat]

-Lululemon beer stretches brand boundaries [Financial Post]

-Muji brings minimalist kitchen appliances to Canada [Style Democracy]

-Alberta food bank surge: sign of country-wide recession? [CBC]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-British invasion: AllSaints Chief Creative Director talks brand arrival in Vancouver [Vancouver Sun]

-Former Sunrise Records employees take 'leap of faith' with new Toronto location [Metro]

-Bebe CEO apologizes to Calgary woman after store refuses to hand over dress [Metro]

-Ottawa bridal shop McCaffrey Haute Couture files for bankruptcy [CTV]

-Convey, a Queen West spot packed with seriously stylish Australian brands [Toronto Life]

-Indochino to open new location in Yaletown (Vancouver) [Vancity Buzz]

-Edmonton liquor stores could be moving closer [Edmonton Sun]

-The changing face of retail [Haliburton Echo]


Our Previous Articles: 

-One of Canada's Most Productive Retail Centres Succeeds at 5 Days a Week

-Employment Position: Creative & Innovative Window Designer, Toronto

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

-Forever 21 Reveals 1st Canadian F21 Red Locations


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