As mall landlords look to drive foot traffic, unique food offerings are being added as a way to add ‘urban experiences’ to suburban centres.
A significant share of the retail industry in Canada is concentrated in the hands of a small number of very large organizations, according to a new study.
LAUFT aims to build a global network of workspace locations that can be booked through a mobile app.
Quebec’s largest shopping centre has re-opened the largest indoor amusement park in the province, marking a trend of mall landlords adding entertainment spaces to draw customers. The Steampunk-themed park includes the first spokeless Ferris Wheel in North America.
The Montreal-based FinTech company has been a pioneering force in the mobile payment space since its inception in 2011.
The closures come at a time when other retailers are shutting stores in Canada, signalling a shift in the industry and a challenge for landlords.
An organization is spearheading a movement that could see the city become a centre for fashion innovation, as the industry shifts to products such as performance fabrics, 3D printing, and other technologies.