Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 23, 2015

Photo: De Beers

Photo: De Beers

Our Article of the Day: 

List of Retailers Opening and Expanding in Canada

Today's E-News is sponsored by Vancouver-based Peregrine, which custom designs and fabricates retail, display, furniture and architectural features for some of the country's top retailers.


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Loblaw to close 52 stores over next year [Globe & Mail]

-Canadian retailers Danier Leather and Le Château having a rough year at the mall [Toronto Star]

-How Inc is disrupting the clothing market [Financial Post]

-Ricki's, Bootlegger, cleo, find buyer, avoid closing [Toronto Star]

-Ikea issues warning after 2 boys killed by falling dressers in U.S. [CTV]

-Target dumped Canada and people are still pretty darn upset about it [Quartz]

-Dollarama Inc downgraded for all the right reasons [Financial Post]

-The latest cheap chic retailer is coming to Canada — F21 Red [Financial Post]

-Home Depot buying Interline; Canadian head to oversee integration [Globe & Mail]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Video: Art and fashion bloom at Simons, West Vancouver [Vancouver Sun]

-Wetaskiwin bookstore makes BuzzFeed list [Wetaskawin Times Advertiser]

-Montreal Announces Plans To Reboot Fashion Industry [Fashion Times]

-Sussex Co-op, Canada's oldest, closes its doors for good [CTV]

-Pot-store owner opens doors again [Winnipeg Free Press]

-Downtown Fernie gets a touch of sweetness [Free Press]

-First KFC, now Sears Canada dealer leaving Yellowknife [My Yellowknife Now]


Our Previous Articles: 

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

-Strellson to Expand 'Mink Mile' Flagship

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

-Employment Position: Creative & Innovative Window Designer, Toronto

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