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Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For July 30th, 2021

Supply chain leading to pet food shortages, Canadian retail brands can still grow in China official says, RCC warns of furniture shortages, General Assembly Pizza partners with Fortinos, Sephora opening in Peterborough, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For July 29th, 2021

Loblaw beats estimates Shopify sees growth and valuation, A&W sees surge, Montreal grocery closing Mondays due to labour shortage, renovated Walmart opening in Kitchener, CF Market Mall amarks 50 years, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For July 28th, 2021

Frank And Oak launches 'local' collection by artists, Saskatchewan drought to hit grocers, Union Station completed in Toronto, 'Too Good to Go' tackles food waste with retailers in Toronto, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For July 27th, 2021

Sobeys to boost supply of vertically farmed produce, Mastermind Toys innovates with website search, Selfridges formally put on market, pedestrian streets in the future could be good for retail, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For July 26th, 2021

Canadian retail numbers jump in June, HBC outfits Canadian Olympic Team, Fairtrade bananas at Canadian grocers, Stampede boosts business in Calgary, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For July 23nd, 2021

E-comm doubles in Canada since 2019, calls to delay govt support phase-out, Ontario list of faxxed businesses forced to shut over backlash, Hart opening new store, Saskatchewan retailers see more customers but not pre-pandemic levels, 3 more months for Portage Place developer, and other news.
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