Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 6, 2015

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Our Articles of the Day: 

1) Ashley Furniture HomeStore to Open Multiple Canadian Locations

2) Coach Renovates 'Mink Mile' Flagship


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Douglas Coupland to create 3D artwork for Simons [Marketing Magazine]

-Loblaw union delays strike after receiving new offer [Globe & Mail]

-How this high quality skin care line went from a home-based project to Nordstrom [Financial Post]

-It's free if you find a pricing error, Whole Foods CEOs say after overcharging backlash [CBC]

-Russell Smith: How to publish a book in Canada [Globe & Mail]

-Business oddities: Lululemon proves that no one is perfect [Globe & Mail]

-Walmart Canada launches grocery pickup [Fresh Plaza]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-No wine on Ontario supermarket shelves this year [Hamilton Spectator]

-Queen West vendors fear Mountain Equipment Coop development push  [Toronto: Metro]

-Mall war: How redevelopment of the former Hazelton Lanes sparked a poisonous feud in wealthy Yorkville [National Post]

-Nordstrom Vancouver Gala guests to include Vogue’s Hamish Bowles & Lisa Love [THEClosetYVR]

-Mississauga grocery store lands holiday shopping status [Brampton Guardian]

-West Vancouver Simons store engages North Shore artists [North Shore News]

-Mills closure blamed on 'street people' by former owner [Halifax: CBC]

-Anchor tenant IGA leaves Pitt Meadows mall [Maple Ridge News]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Hudson's Bay's Initiates Unprecedented Store Renovations

-Italian Centre Shop Sets Sights on Expansion

-Neal's Yard Remedies Plans Canadian Expansion

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