Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: September 8, 2015

  Rendering: Nordstrom

Rendering: Nordstrom

Our Articles of the Day

1) Nordstrom Reveals Luxurious Canadian Flagship Interior Renderings

2) OMEGA to Open 2nd Canadian Location


Top Stories - Canada: 

-The sole of John Fluevog: Shoemaker aims to leave a small footprint on a big world [Ottawa Citizen]

-Gravitypope celebrates 25 years in shoes with anniversary collection [Edmonton Journal]

-Low prices, large selection lure Canadian shoppers to American supermarkets [Buffalo News] 

-Moneris CEO Angela Brown fights to keep ahead of payment technologies [Globe & Mail]

-Why some people in Quebec are cutting up their cash (interesting 'local' strategy) []

-On-call shifts come under scrutiny [Benefits Canada]

-Competition Bureau greenlights Archambault sale to Renaud-Bray [Montreal Gazette]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Longo's court battle renews the issue over shopping on holidays [Toronto Star]

-Nordstrom effect to change face of Granville Street retail [Business in Vancouver]

-Quebec back-to-school spending forecast flat: report [Montreal Gazette]

-Photos: Forever 21 opens at Park Royal Shopping Centre [Vancouver: Georgia Straight]

-A growing concern: Kid Biz caters to little Bosses, junior Armanis [Montreal Gazette]

-Second Walmart coming to Guelph amid little opposition [CTV]

-New one-stop shop focuses on bounties of Island farms [Victoria Times Colonist]

-Sears to close in two Valley towns []


Our Previous Articles: 

-Rocky Mountain Soap Company Reveals Growth and Renovation Plans

-MUJI Announces 2nd Canadian Location

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

-Iconic Luxury Retailer Milli Plans Revamp and New Location

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

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