Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: September 2, 2015

Our Articles of the Day: 

1) MUJI Announces 2nd Canadian Location

2) Plus-Sized America Retailer Torrid Plans Up to 50 Canadian Locations

3) Retailers: Retail Week Sign-Up Ends Friday, September 4


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Sears Canada reaches turning point as store sales slide halts in June [Financial Post]

-Target Canada spars with creditors over debt claims  [Globe & Mail]

-Dollarama Inc’s price points resonating with shoppers [Financial Post]

-Canada gets serious about e-commerce []

-Xcel Brands Announces Strategic Partnership With Hudson's Bay [Newswire]

-PayPal helps Canadians deal with awkward money conversations [Toronto Star]

-Alimentation Couche-Tard beats forecasts as profit increases 13% to US$304 million [Financial Post]

-Cara Operations bulks up with New York Fries [Toronto Star]

-Debbie Travis Joins Forces with Sears Canada [Stockhouse]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Tsawwassen Mills aims to coast on McArthurGlen mall's success [Business in Vancouver]

-Sneak peek: Square One's luxury expansion (Mississauga) [Biznow]

-Farm Boy grocery opening draws Whitby crowd [Toronto Star]

-Saje Natural Wellness on a growth spurt [Saskatoon Star Phoenix]

-Northern Reflections is opening at Grant Park in Winnipeg [Grant Park]

-Is Port Alberni's Uptown being revitalized? [Alberni Valley Times]

-Group trying to stop the sale of wine in BC grocery stores [News 1130]

-Arbutus Shopping Centre redevelopment to go before Vancouver's development permit board [Vancouver: Georgia Straight]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Iconic Luxury Retailer Milli Plans Revamp and New Location

-Revealed: La Maison Simons' Unusual Configuration at 'The CORE'

-German Brand Marc Cain to Enter Canada with 5 Confirmed Locations

-Half Day Fraud Seminar That Could Save Your Company: September 22 in Vancouver

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