With more than $1 billion a year in sales, the retailer is looking to cement its success by refreshing stores with interactive play areas and maybe even in-store birthday parties
Some U.S. goods that Ottawa plans to hit with retaliatory tariffs may not be easily replaced by imports from other countries. "Those tariffs will directly affect the consumers," said Robert Coffey, owner of Dufresne Furniture in Thunder Bay, Ont. He says some of his store's U.S.-built appliances could face a price hike of up to 10 per cent to make up for the looming Canadian tariffs.
CFN Media Group (“CFN Media”), the leading agency and financial media network dedicated to the North American cannabis industry, announces publication of an article covering Choom Holdings Inc. (CSE:CHOO) (CNSX:CHOO) (CHOO.CN) (OTCQB:CHOOF), formed with the sole intent of creating a recreational brand for Canada, and recent corporate developments including a strategic investment by Aurora Cannabis Inc. With the date now set for Canada to fully legalize adult-use cannabis on October 17, 2018, it may be useful for investors to review how companies are positioned for the event. There are a lot of moving parts at this point, with wholesale supply concerns, branding and advertising rules, and retail licensing among them. Choom™ looks to be on track to make a splash this fall.
Canadian grocery retailer to boost investment in domestic growers