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Toronto-Based Fashion Retailer ‘Studio D’ Relocates from Lawrence Park to Bloor-Yorkville

The beautiful new store will soon be bringing in men’s collections with a range of womenswear including apparel, bags and accessories and footwear.

Trendex Updates: Canadian Retail Apparel Sales Summer 2021 and Performance for Lululemon, Roots and Zumiez

Randy Harris sets out how apparel sales slowed over the summer with three retailers reporting strikingly different sales patterns.

Cadillac Fairview Targets Younger Consumers for its Canadian Shopping Centres with Marketing Campaign

The unique initiative was inspired by a 1980s television commercial and aims to expand the demographic visiting the landlord's malls.

West Edmonton Mall Marks 40 Years of Operations

North America’s largest shopping centre features a range of entertainment and recently, began adding luxury retailers to the mix.

Canadian Designer Ron White Expands Further into US with Luxury Retailer Neiman Marcus, Debuts Handbag Collection for AW’21: Interview

Toronto-based footwear designer says he has weathered the pandemic by adding multiple US stores while tapping into lucrative handbag business.

Aussie Eyewear Retailer Oscar Wylee Entering Canadian Market with Aggressive Growth Strategy 

The brand’s first Canadian store opens this month with more planned over the next year.

Arc’teryx Launches New Small-Format Store Concept in Canada

The Arc’type concept is being rolled out with smaller stores and modular fixtures as part of an effort to gain market share. 

Sleep Country Canada Launches New Concept Stores as part of Expanded Partnership with Walmart Canada [Feature/Interview]

Canada’s leading specialty sleep retailer continues to innovate with an expanded partnership with Walmart.

eBay Sees Significant Growth in Canada During the Pandemic with E-Commerce Acceleration: Interview

The online platform's Canadian General Manager says it has been a "crazy" year with more small businesses coming online at a challenging time for the industry.

Best Buy Canada Launches Mentorship and Accelerator Program for Black and Indigenous Entrepreneurs to Bring Products to Market

The retailer says that it has a proven track record of launching start-ups, small businesses, and bringing their products to market in the technology space.
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