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UNIQLO announced the launch of e-commerce on the mobile website and UNIQLO CA app. This marks the first time UNIQLO will be launching with a mobile-first approach. "Thanks to the launch of mobile e-commerce Canadians from coast to coast to coast are now able to shop UNIQLO on the go and discover LifeWear, clothing that is constantly being innovated, bringing more warmth, more lightness, better design, and better comfort to people's lives," said Yasuhiro Hayashi, Chief Operating Officer of UNIQLO Canada. "Since announcing the launch of our first store we've been inundated with requests for e-commerce from people across Canada and we are thrilled to be able to serve everyone now, especially locations where we do not have stores."
Whether it be through savvy online marketing or rock-solid reputations, those influencers have carved out massive reach for themselves (Retail Insider's Craig Patterson was mentioned)
Petro-Canada, a Suncor business, today publicly unveiled its new brand platform, inviting Canadians to “Live by the Leaf” and to be “Fièrement d’ici” (“Proudly from here”). Customers will see new branding at Petro-Canada stations across the country, as well as in a new TV and online advertising campaign and in social media. Focused on people, “Live by the Leaf”/”Fièrement d’ici” will tell the stories of real people – customers, associates, partners and employees alike. “‘Live by the Leaf’ and ‘Fièrement d’ici’ reflect our deep commitment to and love of this country,” said Kris Smith, executive vice president, Downstream. “It brings to life our purpose of championing the Canadian spirit and moving people toward what matters most to them.”
Canada Post opens post offices where you can try on clothes and pick up packages.
The partnerships, announced Tuesday, come just days after Montreal-based Aimia said it is teaming up with Porter Airlines. All three partnerships will take effect in July 2020, after Aimia’s partnership with Air Canada ends.