Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: September 9, 2015



Our Article of the Day: 

Nobis Opens North American Flagship in Canada


Top Stories - Canada: partners with Slyce to showcase visual search technology []

-Businesses are failing to reward customers for sharing personal data: Report [BNN]

-Property Crowdfunding Comes to Canada With Toronto Mall Project [Bloomberg]

-New iPhone sends Vancouver cybersecurity experts rushing to update apps -- again [Business in Vancouver]

-How to get consumers to walk the 'last mile' [Globe & Mail]

-CPPIB buys stake in South Korean grocery business [Financial Post]

-Will HBC Leave Kaufhof Alone Or Take The "We Know Best" Approach? [Forbes]

-Bitcoin Exchange Coinbase Steps into Canada [Inside Bitcoins]


Canadian News - Regional: 

-Barbara Yaffe: Little evidence of recession in BC consumers' habits [Vancouver Sun]

-Vancouver based Blenz Coffee expands into Calgary [Vancity Buzz]

-Montreal-North Is Getting Its First-Ever Farmers' Market [MTL Blog]

-Guelph's Stone Road Mall set to grow [Guelph Mercury] 

-Rock-a-Bear Baby opens shop in Parksville [PQBN]

-Safeway to close doors in November [Salmon Arm Observer]

-Brides: Get your bling on at Hudson's Bay [Toronto: NOW Magazine]

-Calgary woman refunded money after accidentally leaving $525 tip at bakery [CTV]


Our Previous Articles: 

-Nordstrom Reveals Luxurious Canadian Flagship Interior Renderings

-OMEGA to Open at Sherway Gardens

-Rocky Mountain Soap Company Reveals Growth and Renovation Plans

-MUJI Announces 2nd Canadian Location

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

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