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The landlord has partnered with the real estate group associated with luxury conglomerate LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy), with plans to reposition the Metro Vancouver centre as a world class retail destination.
The Canadian fast-fashion brand will be a 'fitting choice' for a wider range of consumers.
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Top Stores - National (continued)
-RYU Respect Your Universe Updates New Retail Store Openings (Toronto and Burnaby locations opening: NewsWire)
-High-end furniture business is sitting pretty (Globe and Mail)
-Sears Mess Shows How Little Liberals Think Of Working Canadians (Opinion: Huff Post)
-Freshii stock plunges after company posts loss (Nation's Restaurant News)
Canadian News - Regional:
Central Canada: ON/QC/Maritimes (continued)
-First Saks Off 5th store in Montreal region opens at Galeries d'Anjou (Montreal Gazette, with comment from Retail Insider's Craig Patterson)
-'No one can afford' 100% property tax increase, Yonge Street business owner says (Toronto: CBC) and Retail, rents and taxes. The House Of Lords bids farewell (South Bayview Bulldog)
-MLA, development corp. help find new digs for Summerside Free Store (PEI: CBC News)
-Dundas General is a hip hangout for the 'hood (Toronto Star)
Western Canada: BC/AB/SK/MB (Continued)
-Local brews coming soon to Alberta farmer's markets (MetroNews)
-Layoffs coming for liquor stores, including Humboldt (Humboldt Journal)
-Indigenous man ejected from Regina Canadian Tire says he's ready for apology (Saskatchewan: CBC News)
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