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America’s oldest outdoor clothing company is expected to open its first Canadian store this year, with plans for more as the brand launches new Canadian retail operations.
The innovative Beauty Blender-compatible product, designed and made in Canada, is aimed at both end-users as well as possible wholesale/retail opportunities.
Retail Council of Canada is hosting its Retail Marketing Conference on April 4, exploring the latest trends in retail marketing today. Registration is now open.
Top Stories - National:
-The Retail Flyer Makes a Comeback (and other breaking trends retail marketers need to know) (Newswire press release)
-Have loyalty programs fallen miles behind customer needs? (Canadian Grocer)
-Kim's Convenience scores two prizes at ACTRA Awards (Globe & Mail)
-Mastercard Expands Mobile Order-Ahead Platform for Retailers and On-The-Go Consumers (BusinessWire press release)
-Tales from the men's shop (Globe & Mail)
-Available to 'Unlimited' paid subscribers, and G&M mobile app users: Fashion chains eye store closings as retailers feel pinch (Marina Strauss: Globe & Mail)
Canadian News - Regional:
Central Canada: ON/QC/Maritimes
-Montreal suit maker Samuelsohn tries to tap into Big Apple buzz (Globe & Mail)
-Holt Renfrew to shut down hr2 in Brossard's Dix30, Vaughan Mills (Montreal Gazette, referencing Retail Insider)
-Toronto Retailer Audio Excellence Has Moved (Stereophile)
-The story of the classic Quebec maple syrup can (Globe & Mail)
-King West is getting a massive new brewery (Toronto Life)
-Podium Levels Growing Taller at Canderel's YC Condos (Urban Toronto)
Western Canada: BC/AB/SK/MB
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