Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: March 31, 2017

Our Article of the Day: 

SoulCycle Confirms 2 More Canadian Locations

The New York City-based cycle studio concept will open a 2nd Toronto location in one of Canada’s wealthiest areas, and we also reveal the address of SoulCycle's Vancouver space for the 1st time.

Top Stories - National: 

-Dollarama Inc profit surges 17% as customers spend more money in the discount chain’s stores (Financial Post) and Dollarama to open more stores, start accepting credit cards (Globe & Mail)

-‘Not the first time’: Holt Renfrew cuts employee hours, shuffles execs amid luxury upheaval (Financial Post) 

-Shoppers, Loblaw employees covered for medical marijuana (Toronto Star)  

-Lululemon to target Millennials with its first-ever global ad campaign (Fashionista)

-Legalizing marijuana will hurt Canadian alcohol sales, study predicts (CBC) 

-GDP numbers Friday expected to show economy started 2017 strong (CBC) 

-RYU Apparel Reports Fourth Quarter and 2016 Year End Results (NewsWire press release) 

Available to 'Unlimited' paid subscribers and mobile app users: Lululemon founder Chip Wilson calls for new board, chief executive (Globe & Mail) 

Canadian News - Regional:

Central Canada: ON/QC/Maritimes

-Canadian Tire makes its return to Elmira as new store opens (Observer Xtra)

-Value Village's opening of New Glasgow location is set for May 11 (The News) 

-Mandy's Opens in Old Montreal (French/English, Montreal-Weekly) 

-Dollarama Opens at Cornwall Square (Choose Cornwall) 

-5 skin care companies from the Maritimes to try (Halifax Chronicle Herald) 

-Edo Japan eyes expansion into Ontario (Calgary Herald)