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Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For December 2nd, 2021

Canadian retailers see hope in Black Friday numbers, Costco posts rise in November in Canada, Maple Leaf Gardens Loblaws marks 10 years in Toronto, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For December 1st, 2021

Potential strike at Vancouver port by 2 trucking companies, Co-op acquires Husky retail fuel sites, health & wellness moving to streetfront retail sites, Tim Hortons facing hiring crisis, The Keg CEO to retire, and other news.

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

Asian grocer stores slammed with Vancouver port backlogs, Lululemon files patent suit against Peloton after the reverse, Amazon tops 10k workers in BC, and other news.

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

Experts not worried about supply chain ahead of Black Friday, plexiglass barriers deemed 'counterproductive', Walmart Canada will remove sexually explicit toys from kid's section of website, SDM injects expired vaccines, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 25th, 2021

Warehouses fill up with BC flood delays, Black Friday won't be as robust say some, Couche-Tard says labour shortages should be over soon, Decathlon opening Friday in Brampton, retailers exit downtown Vancouver amid lower foot traffic, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 23rd, 2021

Inflation predicted to get worse in Canada, Black Friday/Cyber Monday/Boxing Day expected to be busier says RCC, Lush Cosmetics deactivates social media, SAQ warehouse workers go on strike, BC floods hit retail supply chain nationwide, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 22nd, 2021

BC storm supply chain disruption could have lasting economic impact, retailers in Quebec reduce hours amid labour shortage, Pat Flesher outerwear store in Ottawa shutting after 92 yrs, last grocery store closing in Ontario town, Edmonton grocery stores ration amid BC flooding, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 18th, 2021

Loblaw beats expectations, Metro reports dip as consumers return to restaurants, BC floods cause empty shelves impacting Alberta to Manitoba as well, Queen West retailers ask for track repairs to be delayed until after holidays, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 17th, 2021

Le Chateau relaunches at Suzy Shier, Staples Canada launches hiring blitz, Ontario to allow symptomatic testing at pharmacies, Aeroplan lanches at LCBO, Farm Boy marks 40 years, BC flooding causes retail shortages and chaos, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 16th, 2021

Tim Hortons parent acquires Firehouse Subs, supply chain woes threaten small business recovery, Sask restaurants allowed to sell alcohol for takeout/delivery, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 15th, 2021

Quebec family won't relent after HBC sues over Zellers name, no Christmas trees at Canadian Ikea stores due to supply shortage, bagpiping returns to Ogilvy store in Montreal with a twist, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 11th, 2021

RioCan reports strong Q3 numbers, fewer deals with clogged supply chains, Tim Hortons announces endorsement deal with Justin Bieber, IvanhoƩ Cambridge contracts with law firm BLG for Canadian retail portfolio, new restrictions for Manitoba, outdoor patio program CafeTO to be made permanent in Toronto, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 10th, 2021

Ecomm push Indigo revenues above pre-pandemic levels, Freshii to double Canadian store count, business insolvencies lowest since 1987 despite pandemic, chronic staff shortage in Yukon means staying open a struggle for some retailers, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 9th, 2021

Loblaw releases 2021 Insiders Report, Kijiji partners with Cox Automotive in Canada, Danny Leblanc opens Montreal IGA, Toronto looks to halt new cannabis stores for 12 months, Choices Markets launches online grocery store in BC, Highstreet Centre in Abbotsford acquired by Primaris REIT, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 8th, 2021

Food prices to remain rocky for several months in Canada with supply issues, Canadian fashion brands to stop using factories using North Korean forced labour, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 5th, 2021

Amazon reinstates Canadian retailers after mass suspension, judge denies Mark McEwan restructuring plan including closing downtown grocery store, Alberta gov't looks to exit online cannabis and leave it to retailers, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 4th, 2021

Recipe Unlimited says Q3 results surged and are nearly double 2019, Ikea launches food delivery in Canada, RioCan/First Gulf divest Kennedy Commons in Toronto, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 2nd, 2021

Rare St. Lawrence Market stall comes to market, Freshii closes transaction to acquire Natura Market, Freshco opens in Thunder Bay, Metro opens grocery store in Ottawa, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For November 1st, 2021

DavidsTea expands at Loblaw, HBC apologizes after BIPOC advisory board has no one Indigenous, HBC says Victoria landlord blocked lease assignment, labour shortage in Saskatchewan, and other news.

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

California Pizza Kitchen breaks ground on 1st Canadian location, Shopify Reports gains, Amazon opens robotics sort centre in Quebec, Alberta announces investment to get retailers online, and other news.

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

H&R REIT to divest grocery-anchored properties, bread scandal not over says competition watchdog, Starbucks raising wages amid staff shortages, over 100 retail shipping containers fall from BC ship, and other news.

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

Sleep Country grows online, George Weston divests bakery business, Empire shifts C-suite, future of curbside patios in Toronto, Calgary Co-op marks 65 years, downtown Winnipeg sees exodus, and other news.

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

A&W launching UK-based Pret a Manger in Canada, suburban Tim Hortons thrive while downtowns struggle, LXR taking resale to airports, Metro opening Ottawa store, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For October 25th, 2021

Retail sees gains for August, Sleep Country acquires Hush Blankets, supply chain sees retailers charter flights, Malabar costumes marks final year on McCaul Street in Toronto, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For October 19th, 2021

Hudson's Bay sues Quebec family over Zellers name, Body Shop offers same-day delivery, hiring challenges and labour shortages, returning workers to give downtown Winnipeg retail a boost, and other news.
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