Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: March 27, 2017

Our Article of the Day: 

Marc Cain Announces Canadian Expansion After Initial Success

The German fashion brand, which entered Canada in the fall of 2015, plans to open 3 more locations in the country this year. It’s also expanding into the US, and will use Canada to fulfill its American operations. 

Top Stories - National: 

-The great retail churn: Why a string of fashion failures does not signal the death of malls (Financial Post) 

-Shoppers Drug Mart rolls out self-checkouts (Canadian Grocer) 

-Besieged retail space could drag down Canadian REITs (Wealth Professional) 

-Annual pace of inflation lower last month as fruit and vegetable prices drop (CTV) and Canadians are paying less for food, but a lot more for gas (Financial Post) 

-Loblaw COO, Grant Froese to retire in April (Grocery Business)

-Le Chateau applying for a listing with the TSX-V and to voluntarily delist from TSX (MarketWired press release) 

-How to roll up the rim without buying coffee (CBC)