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Hudson's Bay and other retailers accused of giving customer data to Facebook owner, Canada Goose to expand product lines including eyewear, luggage and home, SDM retails sex toys, Toronto menswear retailer goes head-to-head with Genesis over name, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For February 7th, 2023

Canada lacks a true discount grocery store says Sylvain Charlebois, Loblaw roasted over chicken and turkey posts, Montreal community loses grocery store to fire, Healthy Planet opens concept store in Ajax ON, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For February 6th, 2023

Sycamore completes acquisition of Lowe's Canada, David's Tea 'temporarily' lays off 15% of head office staff, Sask. video rental store still going because owner is 'stubborn', Brampton plaza to be redeveloped, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For February 3rd, 2023

A quarter of Canadian grocery stores won't accept cash in five years report says, Nestle discontinuing Delissio pizzas and other products in Canada, McArthurGlen Vancouver outlet to expand, Royalmount foot bridge to transit begins construction in Montreal, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For February 2nd, 2023

Loblaw says it's unfairly become face of food inflation as consumers revolt, Zina and Teresa Longo pass away, Tim Hortons app lawsuit settles with beverage and a baked good, car drives through Vaughan Mills in robbery, grocery store reopens in burned-down Lytton BC, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For February 1st, 2023

Loblaw No Name price frees ends amid warnings of increases, Staples partners with Bell communications for retail, Syrian refugee owns largest international grocery store in Maritimes, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For January 31st, 2023

Shoppers Drug Mart to transition away from plastic bags starting Tuesday, Tip Top Tailors bets on men's suiting for retail growth, Downtown Edmonton vibrancy initiative, Halifax retailers lock doors due to crime, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For January 30th, 2023

Home Depot shared customer data with Meta says privacy czar, BestBuy laying off 700, downtown Montreal Archambault shutting, Sport Chek pulls out of Edmonton City Centre amid 'safety issues' and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For January 20th, 2023

Amazon layoffs begin in Canada, Eau Claire Market in Calgary to be demolished for transit station, Ottawa jeweller shutting after nearly 100 years, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For January 19th, 2023

Canadians come clean on hoarding products, 'The Office' experience pop-up coming to Yorkdale, notorious Rideau Street McDonald's in Ottawa closing permanently, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For January 18th, 2023

Groceries rise twice the rate of inflation, The Bay partners with ReturnBear, frustrated Chinatown business owner in Vancouver considered leaving amid crime and vandalism, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For January 17th, 2023

Shoplifting at grocery stores in Canada as consumers struggle with inflation, Rabba opens new store in downtown Toronto, Thrifty Foods phasing out Air Miles after 14 years, Roots store shutting at Jackson Square in downtown Hamilton, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For January 16th, 2023

Grocery code of conduct coming this year says Minister, retailers see benefit from Lunar New Year during slow season, 'Canada's Best Country Store' in Muskoka shuts after 100 years, only grocery store in Montreal suburb shutters, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For January 11th, 2023

Downtown retail threatened by telework, Shopify puts massive Toronto office space at The Well up for sublease, Red Apple exits Steinbach, Vancouver man wants to open 1st crack and heroin store, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For January 10th, 2023

Lululemon stock plunges amid margin cut, Flashfood gains popularity, Zellers teases return, Costco reports positive December in Canada, Farm Boy opening store in Aurora, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For January 6th, 2023

Reitmans looks to next generation after emerging from bankruptcy, H&M shuts on Queen West in Toronto, Canadian Tire store to be redeveloped with condos and new store, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For January 5th, 2023

Shopify scraps meetings, Canopy Growth exits Canadian cannabis retail operations, more crime for retailers in downtown Vancouver, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For January 4th, 2023

Shopify launches subscription product to lure big retail clients, restaurants debut takout wares for single-use plastics ban, Edmotnon consumers avoided local retail and visited malls and big-box stores, and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For December 21st, 2022

Retail spending in Canada slows, pop-up retail rises, Walmart Canada partners with Western Union for transfers, Mill Woods Town Centre in Edmonton to be turned into 'community hub', and other news.

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web For December 20th, 2022

Freshii acquired by Foodtastic, grocery shoplifting on the rise, Walmart plastic bag ban leads to excess reusables, Toys R us closing Victoria store, and other news.

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