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All grocers need to sign code of conduct for it to be successful, Metro CEO tells MPs

All grocers need to sign code of conduct for it to be successful, Metro CEO tells MPs

All major industry players need to sign on to the grocery code of conduct in order for it to be successful, said Metro Inc. president and CEO Eric La Flèche.
Peak Performance's new Vancouver store seeing brisk sales

Peak Performance's new Vancouver store seeing brisk sales

Swedish company opened its only corporately owned store in Canada on West 4th Avenue last month
Toy stores struggle as bargain-hunting is the name of the game this holiday season

Toy stores struggle as bargain-hunting is the name of the game this holiday season

TORONTO — There's trouble in Toyland — andMastermind isn't the only one feeling the pressure.
Lululemon sees revenue soar, gives weak holiday outlook

Lululemon sees revenue soar, gives weak holiday outlook

Company opened a net total of 14 new stores in quarter that ended Oct. 29
Major retailers must sign grocery code of conduct, federal agriculture minister says

Major retailers must sign grocery code of conduct, federal agriculture minister says

Federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay wouldn't rule out the possibility of provincial or federal government intervention if the grocery code of conduct doesn't have every major retailer on board.
Richmond gummy manufacturer co-founders named Canada's top entrepreneurs

Richmond gummy manufacturer co-founders named Canada's top entrepreneurs

Herbaland executives will next compete in Monaco for global award given by Ernst & Young.
Weak economy looms over holiday shopping season as consumers seek value: retailers

Weak economy looms over holiday shopping season as consumers seek value: retailers

TORONTO — Santa is hearing Christmas wishes from children at malls adorned in holiday regalia, stores are teeming with eggnog and gingerbread treats and a barrage of marketing campaigns are promising the perfect gift is just one credit card swipe awa
Vancouver-based SAXX appoints Tom Berry as new CEO

Vancouver-based SAXX appoints Tom Berry as new CEO

Underwear company had previously been led by Wendy Bennison
Lululemon shares slide on analyst downgrade

Lululemon shares slide on analyst downgrade

Yogawear seller's shares are up more than 40 per cent in 2023
November new car sales see biggest monthly gain so far this year: DesRosiers

November new car sales see biggest monthly gain so far this year: DesRosiers

TORONTO — DesRosiers Automotive Consultants Inc. says new car sales in November soared 20.7 per cent compared with last year, as vehicle supply improves.
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