Despite being similar in so many ways, Chicago and Toronto differ greatly in where luxury retail is located — in some respects, Toronto is becoming ‘more American’ than the US city.
With proximity to Toronto, businesses are finding a refreshing slower-pace with work-life balance, not to mention a group of motivated peers and high-speed internet and other infrastructure.
Retail Council of Canada’s annual Vancouver conference takes place in less than a month, and tickets are still available.
Former Aussie motocross racer James Bartle founded the sustainable line to help combat human trafficking, and it’s proving so popular in Canada that it’s seeing expanded distribution.
The Toronto-based small-format urban grocery chain is testing the waters with a refreshed store layout and design, which it plans to roll-out to all of its 34 locations.
The Canadian luxury shoe and accessory retailer is making big changes that include plans to open a collection of stores nationwide, carrying some of the world’s most recognizable brands.
The popular hybrid outlet centre has almost 100% occupancy with increasing foot traffic and new retailers being added.