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Sears Canada closing three stores in Ottawa, Calgary, Vancouver
The U.S. retailer of cheap-and-cheerful fashion and homeware plans to enter the Canadian market beginning in 2013. Calvin McDonald, president and chief executive officer, Sears Canada Inc., said Cadillac Fairview first approached Sears about four weeks ...
Sears Canada to close three stores
Sears Canada Inc. is closing three of its stores in Vancouver, Calgary and Ottawa as the struggling retailer continues to contend with deteriorating sales and shrinking market share.
Sears Canada closing Chinook Centre store  Calgary Herald
Sears closing of top locations opens door for US rival  Globe and Mail
Sears Canada Among First Canadian Retailers to Launch Online Points Redemption ...
TORONTO, March 19, 2012 /CNW/ - For the first time ever, Sears Financial has launched an online points redemption system for its five million plus cardmembers - becoming among the first major retail loyalty programs in Canada to do so. Sears customers ...
Sears shuttering Rideau Centre store
Struggling department store retailer Sears Canada is closing its 240,000-square-foot Rideau Centre store by the end of October, along with locations in Vancouver and Calgary, the company announced Friday. The Rideau Centre. (Google Street View image).
Men's appetite for fashion shores up apparel sales
“Men have a pent-up need to update their wardrobes,” said Kathy Perrotta, director of fashion sales in Canada for market researcher NPD Group.
The Plan to Rescue Sears
While Mr. D'Ambrosio, whose previous job was CEO of telecom company Avaya Inc., had no prior retailing experience, he does have a plan.
How Dollarama turns pocket change into billions
We are in a shop, but only in a sense: We're in the basement laboratory of Dollarama Inc., Canada's largest dollar store chain, with close to 700 outlets.
Tasha Kheiriddin: Tori Stafford case shows why Canada needs the death penalty
The testimony given in a London courtroom this week by Terri-Lynne McClintic was numbing. Eight-year-old Victoria Stafford suffered horrific torture and a death that no child, indeed no person, should ever have to endure.
Sears Looks for New Marketing Chief
Monica Woo left the company after just five months on the job, at a time the retailer is trying to turn operations around. The departure was reported earlier by Reuters.
Indigenous Peoples Get Last Word on Mines
After bypassing indigenous peoples in Canada, who inhabit some of the richest lands in the world, mining companies increasingly are realizing that they can't just hand out blankets and begin drilling.