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Downtown Vancouver Gucci Pop-Up Relocates Back to Expanding Hotel Vancouver Flagship Location [Photo Update]

Retail Insider has noted Italian luxury brand Gucci is packing up its 710 Thurlow Street location in downtown Vancouver. The location in Vancouver's prestigious "Alberni Luxury Zone" was reported in September 2021 as being a temporary location while renovations were underway at...

Garage Opens Pop-Up Store on Queen Street West in Downtown Toronto

Montreal-based fashion retailer integrates technology with the recently debuted GARAGE FOR ALL collection into the Toronto pop-up.

QuadReal Seeing Success with National Pop-Up Retail as New Brands Enter Marketplace: Interviews

The Canadian landlord says it is creatively re-imagining some of its spaces to bring marketing and activation out of the shadows of operations.

Smash + Tess Opens 1st-Ever Pop-Up at Coquitlam Centre

The popular Vancouver-based clothing brand has launched its first brick & mortar pop-up.

Stitch It Clothing Opens Pop-Up Location for 3D Body Measurements

Alteration company to showcase 3D technology at GTA shopping centre.

Kitchen Stuff Plus to Close Massive King Street Temp-Store in Downtown Toronto [Photos]

Ontario-based housewares discount retailer took over MEC's former King Street location.

The Scottish & Irish Store Opens Pop-Up in Toronto’s Fashion District

Ottawa-based retailer partnered with pop-up go for an activation on Queen Street.

Sporting Goods Retailer Decathlon Opens Pop-Up Store in Brampton

The French sporting goods behemoth has continued its Canadian expansion with a pop-up at the Bramalea City Centre.

Off-White Opens Unique Vancouver Pop-Up [Photos]

The luxury streetwear brand's pop-up is on one of the most interesting spaces in Canada.

Physical Stores, Multi-Channel and AI will be Critical to the Future of Retail in Canada

An industry expert explains how Amazon and other players are shifting consumer expectations and while online is growing quickly, physical retail is still critical with AI set to provide more insights into retail trends.

Canadian Footwear Brand ‘Zvelle’ Opens Yorkville Retail Space

The digitally-native brand launched a brick-and-mortar expansion strategy in 2017, and is seeing success by connecting with consumers in physical spaces.

‘Cruelty Free’ Canadian Outerwear Brand ‘Wuxly Movement’ Opens 1st Retail Space

The brand is launching a physical direct-to-consumer strategy for the first time, augmenting e-commerce and wholesale distribution channels.

Atrium Toronto Launches Pop-Up Retail Initiative

The massive mixed-use commercial centre, located at the busiest pedestrian intersection in Canada, is making several spaces available for temporary retail activation as it addresses the rapidly growing trend being seen across Canada.

How Experiential Activations Can Drive Foot Traffic to Canadian Retailers [Analysis]

We interviewed experts about several recent activations in Canada, discussing how retailers can adopt practices from successful non-retail activations to attract consumers. During this time of disruption, getting it right is critical now more than ever.

Ivanhoé Cambridge Launching Pop-Up Retail Spaces at 10 Canadian Shopping Centres

The Canadian landlord is working with two companies to create diverse pop-up activations, which is part of a bigger trend towards experiential brick-and-mortar retail.

Pop-ups: The Experiment Zone

An expert discusses the multiple benefits of a pop-up retail strategy.

Pop-Up Shop Lease Negotiations Give Rise to Unique Legal Issues

By Michael Gilburt and Horatiu Porime of prominent law firm Blaney McMurtry.

How Data-Driven Pop-Ups Provide Retailers with Consumer Insights

By integrating technology into the pop-up structure and design, marketers can draw new insights into how consumers are shopping in the physical retail environment.

Retail Pop-Ups at This Year’s TIFF

The Toronto International Film Festival, happening this week, features a number of innovative temporary retail installations that address the trend towards being experiential.

Experts Predict 2018 to be ‘Year of the Pop-Up’ [Feature]

Never before have we seen so much temporary retail spaces in Canada, and experts expect the trend to continue significantly into next year.
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