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Pajar Canada Opens New Flagship Store in New York City
2021-10-20

Known for its extremely cushioned soles, the chunky sneaker brand doesn’t really boast any sleek or sexy silhouettes — but that seems to be part of the overall appeal amongst fanatics who are obsessed with the cloud-like bounce of HOKA styles.If you’ve spent any time looking at running shoes (or everyday ugly dad sneakers, for that matter), it’s likely that you’ve already come across HOKA.



Canada Goose Gives Its Basecamp Community Exclusive Access To First-ever Footwear Collection
2021-10-20

20, 2021 /CNW/ -- Today, Canada Goose announced the Pre-Sale for its first Footwear Collection, available only to Canada Goose Basecamp.The brand evokes the Forces of Nature in the campaign – literally and metaphorically – celebrating each hero's personal journey, while demonstrating the performance of Canada Goose Footwear.About Canada Goose Founded in 1957 in a small warehouse in Toronto, Canada, Canada Goose (NYSE: GOOS, TSX: GOOS) is a lifestyle brand and a leading manufacturer of performance luxury apparel.Canada Goose also owns Baffin, a Canadian designer and manufacturer of performance outdoor and industrial footwear.Canada Goose Footwear launches November 11 in Asia and November 12 globally.In 2020, Canada Goose announced HUMANATURE, its purpose platform that unites its sustainability and values-based initiatives, reinforcing its commitment to keep the planet cold and the people on it warm.



Bee-friendly Komoka pot store generating plenty of buzz
2021-10-20

It may be the first cannabis retailer in Ontario, or Canada, with a live beehive on its property, according to Neat brand director Leeanna Newton.Customers are encouraged to learn more about declining bee populations by reading a pamphlet and visiting the hive after entering the store.The 1-hive project was created in collaboration with a local beekeeper, a pot accessory company and developer Norquay Property Management Ltd.A portion of sales of Bzz Stash Boxes, bamboo containers for storing pot and pot accessories, goes directly to bee preservation efforts, including 1-hive.has mounted a hive outside its store to educate customers about the insect’s rapidly declining population.They’re among more than 1,000 licensed cannabis retail stores in Ontario.



Quebec pet store will no longer sell aversive dog collars
2021-10-19

Quebec-based Mondou pet stores announced Monday it will no longer sell the pet collars – including choke, electric, vibration, citronella and ultrasonic designs – designed to punish dogs for bad behaviour.Mondou suggests anyone needed help with challenging pet behaviour can seek free advice in store, and should consider interactive toys to relieve dogs of boredom, as well as natural products designed to reduce stress and reinforce positive teaching of appropriate behaviour.“Dogs were punished for doing bad behaviour,” said dog trainer Gaby Dufresne-Cyr.In business since 1938, knowledge about animal training and behaviour has come a long way since then, Mondou said.MONTREAL -- One of Canada’s largest pet product retailers is ending the sale of aversive collars.We have to understand how the dog feels to help him,” explained Mondou’s dog behaviour consultant Isabelle Borremans.



Food allergies on the rise in Canada and around the world, and there’s no clear answer why
2021-10-20

Jennifer Gerdts, executive director of Food Allergy Canada , attributes the suggestion that nearly as many Canadians are professionally as self-diagnosed to confusion around the difference between allergy and intolerance, as well as lack of access to allergy specialists and diagnostics.Food Allergy Canada’s #ShineATealLight campaign and the Food Allergy Research & Education organization’s Teal Pumpkin Project — both of which indicate allergy-safe houses for trick-or-treaters — help raise awareness, says Boisvert.” Food allergies do not have to hold you back as long as you have a really strong plan in place that can keep you safe.There’s no clear answer why “Even as a kid, being the only person with a food allergy and having that affect the lives of everybody else around you, it’s a weird feeling,” she says.“Food allergies do not have to hold you back as long as you have a really strong plan in place that can keep you safe,” he says.People with food allergies rely on access to ingredient information to make safe choices and avoid allergic reactions.



New report suggests grocery stores in midst of transformation
2021-10-19

'There are still more people concerned with Delta and other variants coming out so some are still not comfortable with going into public places yet and that's why online shopping is great,' said Beaulieu.'When I think about the grocery store, there's no doubt over the past year or so that it's rising to become a much more important place for people in the community to get what they need, especially during this very tough time.'I think it's also great for camp, if you're doing one-stop shopping and you want to keep going it's fantastic,' he said.In the meantime, both Beaulieu and Weintraub said trends like online shopping at the grocery store is here to stay.One of the people seeing the increase in online shopping is Roger Beaulieu.When it comes to Canadians who are shopping for food online, 68 per cent said it was because of home delivery, 59 per cent said it was because of convenience and 47 per cent said time savings.



Lucid Motors Opens Vancouver Retail Space, its First in Canada
2021-10-19

Looking further, Lucid plans to open two more stores across the country in 2022, one in Toronto and one in Montreal.Startup electric automaker Lucid Motors has opened its first store in Canada, in the Vancouver area.The company, which aims to be a direct rival to Tesla in the luxury electric vehicle market, welcomed its first Canadian customers this past Saturday at the Lucid Studio.One, the market in BC is open to green vehicles, and two, the target customer base in the city can afford it.The first models for our market, which have already been reserved by customers, should show up by the end of the year, according to Lucid Motors sales manager Zak Edson.There are currently nine Lucid Studios open in the United States.



Halloween stores relying on last year’s costumes with global supply chain backlog
2021-10-20

Send this page to someone via email Send this page to someone via email It’s a scary Halloween season for retailers that are scrambling to stock their shelves in time for the holiday.Once he did start ordering, Waszek said he had to scrounge to source stock from a patchwork of suppliers who were struggling with supply chain issues.Spokeswoman Ashley Theis said the company will just have to use the late items as stock for next year.The retailers said supply shortages made it difficult to bounce back from a dismal 2020, when many didn’t celebrate Halloween because of high COVID-19 numbers.This year, however, Waszek says he’s happy to see how excited people are to celebrate the holiday again.Geoff Waszek, owner of Candy’s Costume Shop in Toronto, said he was wary of placing orders in January, as is customary in the industry for Halloween, out of fears that another lockdown would cancel the festivities.



Costco Chosen by Canadian Public as Canada's Most Respected Grocery/Food Retailer
2021-10-20

After more than a year and a half of unprecedented challenges providing groceries and food items to the Canadian public, Costco was rated the top national retailer against thirteen peers in a poll of 3,784 Canadians during the month of September 2021.20, 2021 /CNW/ - Costco Wholesale (Costco) has been chosen by the Canadian public as Canada's Most Respected Grocery/Food Retailer.Rounding out the Top-5 are Your Independent Grocer, Metro, Real Canadian Superstore and Sobeys.The DART Insight and Communications (DART I&C) 'Most Respected Corporation Program' was launched November 9, 2020.To be considered for this survey, candidate retailers needed to be Canadian owned/operated and manage operations is at least 4 provinces.'Costco captured the top national rating, which is a wonderful accomplishment.'



The 3 Best Canadian Stocks to Buy This Month
2021-10-19

Written by Nicholas Dobroruka at The Motley Fool Canada The Canadian stock market had a misstep in September, but it’s back to business this month.Shares are trading slightly above the market’s returns this year, but the tech stock is down more than 15% below all-time highs.For a limited time only, we’re giving 5 of our top 5G stock recommendations for FREE to Canadian investors like yourself.The Canadian stock is up a market-beating 70% over the past five years, though.The Canadian stock was a four-bagger in 2020 alone but is now trading more than 20% below all-time highs.At a market cap just shy of billion, this renewable energy stock is a leader in the growing space.



Quebec pet store will no longer sell aversive dog collars
2021-10-19

Quebec-based Mondou pet stores announced Monday it will no longer sell the pet collars – including choke, electric, vibration, citronella and ultrasonic designs – designed to punish dogs for bad behaviour.Mondou suggests anyone needed help with challenging pet behaviour can seek free advice in store, and should consider interactive toys to relieve dogs of boredom, as well as natural products designed to reduce stress and reinforce positive teaching of appropriate behaviour.“Dogs were punished for doing bad behaviour,” said dog trainer Gaby Dufresne-Cyr.In business since 1938, knowledge about animal training and behaviour has come a long way since then, Mondou said.MONTREAL -- One of Canada’s largest pet product retailers is ending the sale of aversive collars.The SPCA applauded Mondou’s decision, saying aversive collars aren’t just inhumane, said Sophie Gaillard, director of animal advocacy at the SPCA, they’re ineffective.




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