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The goal of the campaign is to celebrate real, authentic and deeply relatable moments that speak to the Reitmans customer's life. The brand is sending the message that each and every woman is inspiring just as she is. Through this campaign, Reitmans is further distancing themselves from exclusivity, hierarchy and unattainable beauty standards. It reinforces the message that as a fashion brand, Reitmans fits into the client's style and life, and not the other way around.
As the country gears up to legalize recreational pot on Oct. 17, the Ottawa-based e-commerce company has reached agreements to power the online retail sites for marijuana producers including Canopy Growth Corp., Hydropothecary Corp. and Aurora Cannabis Inc. In addition, Shopify has won government contracts to be the online platform for recreational-pot sales in Ontario, British Columbia and Prince Edward Island, as well as the majority of private licensees in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Shopify’s play in Canada’s cannabis sector could be a significant boost for sales growth – but investors will have to wait a few more quarters before that’s proven, according to Tom Forte, managing director and senior research analyst with D.A. Davidson & Co.
With grocery prices set to jump between three and six per cent over the next year, many shoppers are already looking for ways to trim their spending.
While the TSX had a negative return of -0.20% in the first half of 2018, Canada Goose Holdings Inc. (TSX:GOOS)(NYSE:GOOS) almost doubled in value, soaring 95%. What explains Canada Goose’s outperformance? There are many reasons, but let’s look at the main ones. Canada Goose always beats expectations In its fiscal 2018 third and fourth quarters, Canada Goose’s revenue and profit beat analysts’ estimates. In the third quarter, the retailer posted adjusted EPS of $0.58, while analysts’ estimate was $0.48. In the fourth quarter, Canada Goose posted an adjusted profit of $0.09 per share, beating the estimate of a loss of…
With an excise tax of 10% and GST, legal weed will probably end up costing more than what you can get from your dealer.