B.C. shopping-centre sales and traffic remain steady despite the rise of e-commerce and speculation that bricks-and-mortar retail is a dying sector. Indeed, seven of the 30 most productive malls in Canada, ranked by sales per square foot, are in B.C., according to the Retail Council of Canada’s annual Canadian Shopping Centre Study. “What was remarkable was that despite reports that there is a retail apocalypse, which there certainly isn’t, it appears that top shopping centres continue to thrive,” said Craig Patterson, who authored the study.
Forever 21 on Robson Street will be closing its doors by the end of this month, according to the Robson Street Business Improvement Association.
NANAIMO — Instead of running back out to your car, Nanaimo's biggest mall wants you to strap on a pair of skates once your shopping is done.
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A big commercial space at Winnipeg's Polo Park that has sat vacant for almost three years could be home to new tenants in the near future.