Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: July 7, 2015

Our Articles of the Day: 

1) Nordstrom to Bring New Restaurant Concepts to Canada

2) Substantial Retail Proposed in One of Canada's Wealthiest Regions


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Canada playing catch up in digital marketplaces [Globe & Mail]

-Pinterest Partners with Canada's Shopify -- moves into ecommerce with Buyable Pins [Marketing Magazine]

-Grocery ecommerce gaining traction in Canada [IGD]

-Starbucks Canada to raise some drink prices by as much as 20 cents this week [Financial Post]

-Canada's Kit and Ace opens first overseas shop, no IPO planned [Reuters]

-Manulife Bank to install 830 new bank machines across Canada (Including inside many retailers) [CBC]

-Get used to expensive Canadian steaks as drought takes toll on cattle [Financial Post]

-American Apparel to close stores, lay off workers [CBC]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Save-On-Foods To Open Two Locations In Winnipeg [CJOB]

-Ports 1961 coming to the Vancouver Airport Outlet Mall [Vancity Buzz]

-Franchisees urge Victoria to draft franchise act [Business in Vancouver]

-Cavendish Figurines changes its name after 25 years [Journal Pioneer]

-Is Guelph ready for the millennials? [Guelph Mercury]

-LEGO Store Now Open in Winnipeg []


Our Previous Articles: 

-Coach Renovates 'Mink Mile' Flagship

-Ashley Furniture HomeStore to Open Multiple Canadian Locations

-Hudson's Bay Initiates Unprecedented Store Renovations

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