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Top Stories - National:
-Oops: Hudson’s Bay exposes Saks Fifth Avenue customer info online (Financial Post)
-Shopify to triple size of Ottawa headquarters (Ottawa Citizen)
-Gum-chewing shoppers spend more time browsing stores (Canadian Study) (CTV)
-Penningtons ad campaign turns heads (Strategy)
Canadian News - Regional:
-Cushman & Wakefield Completes Acquisition of Toronto's Ashlar Urban Realty (MarketWired press release)
-Minor Variance Could Spell Major Changes for the Atrium on Bay (includes retail component) (Urban Toronto)
-Cooper: Downtown grocery store among downtown fixes within jurisdiction of city council (Saskatoon Star Phoenix)
-Charles Gauthier's soft diplomacy gets solid results (Mr .Gauthier is head of the Downtown Vancouver BIA) (Business in Vancouver)
-Photos: BCBG’s Store Clearance Under Bankruptcy Filing (Style by Fire)
-Parker: Tanzola grows Calgary Co-op's real-estate plans (Calgary Herald)
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