Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 27, 2015

  Photo: Nuance Group, via Moodie Report

Photo: Nuance Group, via Moodie Report

Our Article of the Day: 

Luxury Retail Growth Continues at North America’s Second Busiest International Airport


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Demand weak for Target's Canadian real estate [Globe & Mail]

-Hudson's Bay capitalizes on real estate [Chain Store Age]

-Loblaw cuts are just part of the new food paradigm [Globe & Mail]

-Lowe’s Canada growing to 54 stores including 12 former Target locations [Financial Post]

-Online retailers buck the trend and set up bricks and mortar stores [Globe & Mail]

-Couche-Tard investors asked to weigh company's Freedom 65 clause [Globe & Mail]

-Retailers embrace omni-channel sales strategy [Business in Vancouver]

-Canadian online coupon startup Checkout 51 bought by News Corp unit [Financial Post]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Artful Shopping: Nordstrom and Simons stores support art and culture [Vancouver Sun] 

-Hartman's YIG to change hands as long-time owner announces retirement [Ottawa Citizen]

-How Vancouver's Payfirma, facing a crowded mobile payments market, is trying to set itself apart [Financial Post]

-Alexa Pope to open permanent shop downtown [Halifax Chronicle Herald]

-Burnaby corner store closes after 52 years [AM730]

-Retail specialist Robert Thurlow touches down at airport luxury mall [Business in Vancouver]

-Tsawwassen Mills taking shape [Delta Optimist]

-New retail arrivals among series of changes at Ottawa airport [Ottawa Community News]


Our Previous Articles: 

-List of Retailers Opening and Expanding in Canada: July 2015

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

-Strellson to Expand 'Mink Mile' Flagship

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