With Lincoln Fields Shopping Centre set to be totally rebuilt, OBJ looks at whether community retail plazas still have staying power in a world of e-commerce and changing consumer buying habits
The last few years have been rough for national and international brands with major names like Sears collapsing, but 2019 is shaping up to be a rebound year for chains in metro.
Canadian chains Bowring and Bombay Company said goodbye at the end of 2018 and even the start of 2019 began with children’s clothier Gymboree, and Payless Shoe Source both ceasing operations.
Recent activity, however, has seen brands coming to the Halifax market for the first time. This fall, Nespresso will be bringing a kiosk selling its pod coffee system to Halifax Shopping Centre. International sports clothing brands Columbia Sportswear and Under Armour are both in the process of opening stores in Dartmouth Crossing...
A woman who sold counterfeit luxury handbags and apparel out of a home in the Toronto area won't receive a trial and must pay damages to Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton and other well-known brands, a federal court ruled.
The Table Quartier Sud de l’Ouest-de-l’Île is hosting a Pop-Up Event to gather public feedback about improvements to Valois Village.
The province of Ontario has so far authorized eight First Nations communities to sell cannabis, including Nipissing First Nation (NFN), and NFN has now chosen a member to helm its first pot shop.