Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: September 11, 2015


Top Stories - Canada: 

-HBC results boosted by faltering competitors, operations improvements [Globe & Mail]

-Lululemon Athletica Inc shares plunge on thinner margins but CEO calls it ‘short-term pressure’ [Financial Post]

-Kevin O'Leary: HBC profits may not last, Sears is a 'worthless brand' [CTV]

-Low loonie may force Dollarama to raise prices as high as $4 [CTV]

-Dollarama raises dividend as profit beats estimates [BNN]

-Sobeys' Earnings Decline 14% [Huffington Post]

-Big grocery chains about to put the squeeze on shoppers: report [Global]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-TIFF: Exchange Rate Makes Toronto an American's Luxury Shoppers' Paradise [Hollywood Reporter]

-Inside The New Meinhardt Fine Foods, Opening This Month At Dunsmuir & Granville [Vancouver: Scout Magazine]

-Shuttered London Sears store in Masonville Place Mall undergoing $2.5m renovation [London Free Press]

-Tour the New Aritzia Oshawa Location (it's a beautiful store) [Style Democracy]

-High expectations for Nordstrom as they prepare to open in Vancouver [Global]

-Iconic shop ready for makeover [London Free Press]

-Lethbridge's largest development in over 2 decades breaks ground in Lethbridge [Global]


Retail Council of Canada Announcements: 

-Retail Council of Canada Welcomes Progress on Improving Factory Safety in Bangladesh Detailed in Alliance Annual Report

-Retail Council of Canada honours Rita Estwick of Canada Post with Loss Prevention Lifetime Achievement Award 


Our Previous Articles: 

-Saks Fifth Avenue Reveals Canadian Store Opening Dates

-Free Half-Day Fraud Seminar in Vancouver on September 22

-Nobis Opens North American Flagship in Canada

-Nordstrom Reveals Luxurious Canadian Flagship Interior Renderings

-OMEGA to Open at Sherway Gardens

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