Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: September 3, 2015

Our Article of the Day: 

1) Rocky Mountain Soap Company Reveals Growth and Renovation Plans

2) Retail Week Sign-Up Ends Tomorrow


Top Stories - Canada: 

-Sears Canada faces tight turnaround to revitalize flagging business  [Globe & Mail]

-Lululemon unveils its new approach to yoga pants [Retail Dive]

-Clothing retailer Laura’s to close five fewer stores than originally planned  [Globe & Mail]

-What does the future hold for Sobeys’ South Asian store? [Canadian Grocer]

-Sears Canada narrows operating loss, continues CEO search [Globe & Mail]

-Mondelez picks four Canadian startups to shake up grocery shopping [Canadian Grocer]

-Getting condo dwellers to forage for food [Canadian Grocer]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Nordstrom’s Vancouver to include DryBar shop-in-shop [THEClosetYVR]

-Opinion: Quebec should get rid of the SAQ and privatize alcohol sales [Montreal Gazette]

-At Torrid Grand Opening in Canada (includes photos) [Bruce Winder MBA]

-Back-to-school sales up as laptops make comeback in BC [CBC]

-Retailer Edmond Creed helped put Toronto on fashion map [Toronto: Globe & Mail]

-Sobeys Quebec launches certified humane chicken products [Canadian Grocer]

-The scoop on artisanal frozen treats in Vancouver [Vancouver Province]


Our Previous Articles: 

-MUJI Announces 2nd Canadian Location

-Plus-Sized Retailer Torrid Plans Up to 50 Canadian Locations

-Retail Week Sign-Up Ends Friday, September 4

-Iconic Luxury Retailer Milli Plans Revamp and New Location

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

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