MEC has remodelled stores and continued to expand its operations in Canada, while French sports retailer Decathlon – which operates similar large-format stores – has opened stores in Quebec and Ontario since entering the market in 2018. This report by The Canadian Press was first published June 4, 2020. We understand your decision to use an ad blocker, however Strategy journalism takes time and funding... Subscriptions and advertising are both necessary to fund the journalism we bring to you. In January 2020, Bose announced that it would be shuttering all 119 locations across North America, Europe, Japan, and Australia. At the end of January 2020, Freemark Apparel Brands, the company that has the rights to sell Bench merchandise in Canada, announced that it would be closing all of its Bench stores to focus on e-commerce and wholesale clients. All Article content. The retail biz is getting tougher and tougher with competition heating up and the current COVID-19 pandemic that forced stores to close. While its retail footprint is characterized by large-format stores meant for more experiential shopping, it also made changes to adapt to other consumer needs that disrupted the retail sector. Note: This article will be updated as more stores and brands announce filings and closures.

Ontario stores in Vaughan and Etobicoke, near Toronto, will also close. With the temporary closure of all 30 Henry’s stores due to COVID-19, the retailer has seen a large impact on its sales. Just last year, we said goodbye to household names like Forever 21, Home Outfitters, and Payless to name a few.

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MONTREAL -- However, the brand has decided that it will sadly be closing all of its stores in Canada. Ontario Premier Doug Ford has confirmed that restrictions imposed on Ottawa on Oct. 10 will end on Nov. 7. However, tea lovers will still be able to shop at 18 Canadian locations in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, and New Brunswick, as well as online. StyleDemocracy is North America's number one source for the latest warehouse sales, pop-up shops, and sample sales happening in your city. Sail has 1,800 employees, some of whom will be able to transfer to other stores or its distribution centre. For Sail, demand for camping and outdoor equipment has been low, as many public parks and private campgrounds in its main markets have been closed.

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