Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: August 26, 2015

Our Articles of the Day:

1) Whistler Creekside Village Bringing 'Uniquely Canadian' Retail to Whistler Area

2) How Increased Mobile Device Ownership Affects Online Retail In Canada [Infographic]


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Torrid, Plus-Size Retailer, Starts Global Expansion With Canada [Huffington Post]

-Retail innovation in Canada — Is that an oxymoron ? [Marketing Magazine]

-Vacant Target Canada locations inspire Tumblr page [Global]

-Best Buy sales soar in U.S., plunge 25.6% in Canada [BIV]

-More students back-to-school shopping online as retailers embrace mobile [Global]

-In ever-changing Canadian retail landscape, retailers up service game to stand out [Northumberland View]

-Metric's Emily Haines teams with fashion brand Rudsak [Global]

-Sony Online Store no Longer a Canadian Option [Android Headlines] 


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Prestige brands converge in downtown Vancouver [Vancouver Sun]

-Indigo to open smaller downtown Vancouver store to replace Chapters [Business in Vancouver]

-EcoLuxury Lifestyle Boutique THECloset YBR Opens in Gastown (Vancouver) [Style by Fire]

-Slumping dollar keeping British Columbians at home [CBC]

-Torrid to open at Toronto’s Eaton Centre, bringing plus-sized ‘fast fashion’ to the masses [Financial Post]

-Resident concerned Galleria Mall property sale means future condo development [Inside Toronto]

-Windsor Crossing outlet mall gets new owner [Windsor Star]

-Skip the dealership? Scion offers online purchase option [Windsor Star]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Luxury Brand Stefano Ricci to Open 1st Free-Standing Canadian Location

-British Fashion Brand REISS Plans Cross-Canada Store Expansion

-Saks Fifth Avenue Announces 1st Western Canadian OFF 5TH Location

-Saks Canada Secures Flagship Brands Despite Holt Renfrew's Luxury Dominance

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