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


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Retail Insider is streamlining its Canadian retail news from around the web to include a handful of top news stories that can be viewed quickly during the day. Here are the top stories from the past several days.

Two thirds of retailers believe Gen Z customers are crucial to business success, according to new American Express Canada study (American Express)

Developers are turning 14 GTA malls into tiny cities, with Cloverdale leading the way – is this the solution to Toronto’s housing crisis? (Toronto Star)

One Canadian grocer is already putting metal security tags on steaks to prevent theft — will others follow? (Toronto Star)

Suncor cyberattackers obtained Petro-Points members’ contact information (Canadian Press)

If You’d Invested $10,000 in Loblaw Stock in 2012, Here’s How Much You’d Have Today (Motley Fool investing)

COBS Bread celebrates 20 years of baking and community action in Canada (Newswire)

5 Yonge Street properties should be designated as heritage buildings, council committee says (CBC Toronto)

Nature’s Fare Markets opens new Kamloops, B.C. store (Grocery Business)

Salvation Army thrift store in London, Ont. officially closes its doors (CTV)

Massive indoor bike park opens in former Sears store in North Vancouver mall (CBC)

B.C. civil forfeiture claim reveals elaborate scheme of shoplifting, returns for cash and fake credit cards (Vancouver Sun)

Phase 2 of Sainte-Catherine Street revamp begins in August (Global Montreal)

‘I’m kind of numb right now’: Toronto florist repeatedly targeted by vandals (Global)

Owner of Main Street furniture store says he’s ‘going in circles’ with province over cleanup after fire (CBC Manitoba)



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Oakridge Centre Retailers to Close Until 2024 Amid Vancouver Mall Redevelopment [Exclusive]

Landlord QuadReal will be able to accelerate work on the project that will become the biggest single development in Vancouver’s history

How a Small Retailer in the BC Interior Amassed Over a Million Social Media Followers in 4 Months

JJs Fashions in Trail began posting videos about its "hot boss" leading to explosive growth in social media interaction and brand awareness.

Cadillac Fairview Unveils 130,000 Square Foot CF Marché des Promenades Food Hall Near Montreal [Interviews/Photos]

The experience includes vendors, an Avril grocery market, an outdoor plaza, demo kitchen and an indoor entertainment area that will be used for different programs and activities year-round.

Costco Opens 3rd Canadian ‘Business Centre’ Storefront with Several More Planned

The retailer’s third location targeting businesses opened last week with plans to roll out more B2B stores in all major Canadian markets.

Forever 21 Returning to Canada with Physical Stores

The US-based fast fashion retailer partnered with YM Inc. to bring stores back to Canada after launching a website last year following a bankruptcy.

Canada’s Top 100 Retailers Ranked Pre-COVID-19

A study by the Centre for the Study of Commercial Activity at Ryerson University includes top retailers that were deemed essential as many other stores closed temporarily in March.

CHANEL Opens Impressive Street-Facing Calgary Boutique [Photos]

The relocated Chanel boutique gives the French luxury brand a unique presence in double the space of its previous location.

Massive Daily Lineups at Brandy Melville Stores in Canada a Result of Social Media

Since June daily lineups at all three Canadian Brandy Melville stores have had many asking what is happening.

Disney to Close All Stores in Canada Amid Retail Strategy Shift: Sources

The iconic entertainment brand is said to be exiting almost all of its retail stores globally as it grows other channels.

BRIEF: J. Crew Shuts All But 1 Store in Canada, Lululemon Expanding Flagship

Other News: Nordstrom shuts main floor designer boutiques in Toronto, Saks Food Hall shut until 2021, Balenciaga opens in Montreal, Zadel Jewellery Studio opens Granville Island workshop.

25 Years Since the Closure of Consumers Distributing Stores [Retrospective]

The retailer's business model has been described as "Internet shopping before the Internet".
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