After opening its first three stores in the spring, three more will open this fall in Mississauga, Ottawa and Edmonton.
It’s the latest trend, as Canadian businesses utilize controversy to create brand awareness.
Chicago-based Jones Lang LaSalle has acquired one of Canada’s leading retail brokerages, which represents tenants such as Apple, TJX, Cineplex, Indigo, DSW Shoes and Nordstrom.
The minimalist Japanese retailer has revealed that it will more than quadruple the size of its first Canadian store to become the largest Muji location outside of Asia.
The popular health food concept is expanding not only outside of the downtown core for the first time, it’s investigating opening in new markets outside of the city.
The New York City-based fashion brand has opened its first standalone Canadian store with plans for more. This fall, it will also launch 16 shop-in-stores at Hudson’s Bay.
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