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Alberta Foodservice Business ‘Oodle Noodle’ Continues to Expand During Pandemic

The company recently expanded into Calgary with plans for 10 locations over the decade, as well as its first food court location with more planned.

BarterPay Partners with Retail Council of Canada on Trading Platform to Help Businesses

The RetailBarterPay trading platform provides retailers with access to goods and services without requiring cash, while facilitating trading of excess or slow-moving inventory.

Cadillac Fairview to Redevelop Former Sears at CF Polo Park in Winnipeg Including EQ3 Flagship

The 260,000-square-foot space will be backfilled with a mix of retailers and other commercial uses.

BRIEF: Diptyque to Enter Canada with Stores, Prada Opens Montreal Women’s Boutique

Other News: Uniqlo announces 2nd Montreal store opening date, Brioni exiting Holt Renfrew Ogilvy, Hudson's Bay shuttering at Oakridge Centre.

Retailu Partners with One Voice One Team on Leadership Initiative

Partnering with OVOT will empower and build future business leaders from the get-go, giving them a higher chance of success.

Special Edition 26: Growing a Small Business, Loa Skin Targets Canadian Retailers

An off-schedule podcast discussion with Tyler Yang, Chief Executive Officer at Vancouer-based Loa Skin. Craig and Tyler discuss the enterprise that he and his business partner, Spencer Angeltvedt, have expanded focusing on skincare with plans to expand the product into retailers in Canada.

Judith & Charles Introduces New Eco-Sustainable Coat as Part of Outerwear Expansion [Exclusive]

Montreal-based women’s fashion brand celebrating 30 years of business with renewed commitment to the environment.

Commercial Real Estate Broker Grace Yan Announces Candidacy for Mayor of Calgary: Exclusive

The well-known commercial and residential realtor aims to bring change to the City of Calgary including amplifying its position on the world stage.

Retail Photo Tour: McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Vancouver

Tour the architecturally unique outdoor shopping centre which will see a third phase after opening in 2015.

How Online Markets Are Helping Local Retailers in Canada Survive COVID-19

Thanks to platforms that link online consumption to local interests, the desire to buy local, a trend fuelled by the COVID-19 pandemic, is now giving rise to a new phenomenon known as “digital localism”.
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