Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: August 18, 2015

Our Article of the Day: 

1) La Maison Simons Opens 10th Location [With Photos]

2) Why Chinese-Speaking Canadians are Retailers' ‘Most Sought-After Citizens’


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Canadian lingerie brand La Vie en Rose turns 30 [Vancouver Sun]

-From Tic Tacs to potatoes: Selling to millennials (column) [Canadian Grocer]

-The Falling Loonie Sends Consumers Food Shopping [Motley Fool Canada]

-Back-to-school tech-shopping tips [Toronto Star]

-Hungry for luxury cars, income-pinched millennials turn to leasing [Toronto Star]

-Canada’s recovery, like its recession, will be mild: survey [Globe & Mail]

-Is cereal making a comeback? [Canadian Grocer]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Galleria Mall at Dufferin and Dupont reportedly sold to Freed [Toronto: Buzz Buzz Home]

-Pusateri's to reopen 'as soon as possible' after 3-alarm fire [Toronto Star]

-Sears store closure to impact 55 workers [Welland Tribune]

-History repeating itself in Alberta retail sales [ATB]

-Norwood development to turn brown field into business hub (including retail) [Edmonton: CBC]

-No more plastic bags for shoppers on Fogo Island [CBC]

-American car dealers buying up Alberta's used vehicles [Edmonton Sun]

-Quebec IGAs stock odd-shaped produce [Canadian Grocer]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Canadian Retailers are Increasingly Facing Stronger Headwinds

-Nordstrom Bringing Designer 'Space' Concept to Canada

-Saks OFF 5TH to Open Up to 8 Canadian Locations Next Year

-Innovative EcoLuxury Lifestyle Retailer Moves from Online to Brick-and-Mortar in Vancouver

-Upscale Andrews Expanding While Seeing Success Through Personalization


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