Check it out: Cadillac Fairview’s great big selfie

The retail property co’s Eaton Centre asks Torontonians to show their style on the (very) big screen.


Mark’s puts its approach to the test

A series of online videos focused on product innovation puts a twist on showing off features and benefits.


Best Buy and Google team up on experiential play

The retailer’s newly renovated locations will host spots dedicated to the tech giant’s new hardware.


Inside the new M&M

The frozen food retailer revamped its store layout in an effort to make meal planning easier and more aspirational.


London Drugs makes a loyalty play

After years of research, the pharmacy has launched a program tailored to customer purchases and behaviour.


Sorry mobile – cash and plastic are just fine

Debit, credit and good old fashioned bills are still preferred when it comes to making payments, a new study suggests.


Shopify creates a VR design studio

The e-commerce company creates an interactive experience with the HTC VIve to show the tech’s possibilities.


Adidas focuses on performance

To launch the new Athletics apparel line, the brand provided a VIP experience centred on prepping athletes to play their best.


Ikea is Swedish for…

As the retailer celebrates 40 years in Canada, we walk through the brand’s colourful evolution and look at what made it twinkle.


Brands of the Year 2016: Catering to the Drake traveller

How the brand is spreading Canadiana cool through its hotels, general stores and more.


Canadian retail growth cools off

Automotive sales took a steep tumble in July while growth in other sectors remains stable, but modest.


Celebrating National Coffee Day

From Snapchat filters to paying it forward with a cup of Joe, here’s a look at how brands are commemorating the occasion.


Brands of the Year 2016: Simons says, expand

The 176-year-old Quebec retailer has been building its brand across Canada, forging ahead in a competitive retail environment.


Sears unveils 2.0 store

A look inside the new concept store that’s meant to emphasize flexibility and easy access for shoppers.


Home Hardware selects John St.

The independent home improvement retail chain looks to refresh its creative thinking after a review over the summer.