Comark Holding Inc., the parent company of clothing stores Ricki's, cleo, and Bootlegger, has filed for Creditor Protection as it looks to restructure following difficulties brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Keep reading to find out what this means for company going forward.
Reitmans (Canada) Limited announced Monday that they plan to close Thyme Maternity and Addition Elle this summer as part of its corporate restructuring. Keep reading to find out more about this development.
See what's streaming on Disney+ in June 2020 and find out how to watch classic episodes of The Simpsons in their original 4:3 aspect ratio instead of the cropped 16:9 widescreen ratio!
Looking for a new TV with rich picture and sound? Best Buy is doing a Sony TV sale for a select handful of 4K models in Canada. We’ve highlighted a couple models to show you what Best Buy has up for grabs.
Summer is just around the corner, and if you're looking for something to keep you busy while you escape the heat, then be sure to check out some of the new video games coming out this June!
This month, look forward to releases including The Last of Us Part II for PlayStation 4, Valorant for PC, The Legend of Heroes: Trails Of Cold Steel III for Nintendo Switch, and more! Keep reading to see our full list.
If you're looking for more ways to save on your favourite beauty products, then you'll want to check out Sephora, as they've recently introduced Beauty Insider Cash to all tiers of Beauty Insider members! Keep reading to learn more about this program and other improvements coming to the Beauty Insider Program!
Find some binge-spiration and see what's streaming on Netflix Canada in June 2020!
There's more news from the retail world this week as L Brands, parent company of Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works, announced plans to close permanently close approximately 300 stores across Canada and the United States. Keep reading to learn more.
Just 3 months after filing for bankruptcy protection, home goods retailer Pier 1 announced plans to permanently close and shutter all store locations across Canada and the United States. Keep reading to learn more about this development.
Reitmans has become the latest large retailer to announce troubles amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as the company announced on Tuesday that it has sought and obtained creditor protection while it restructures. Keep reading to learn more.
Cities across Canada are slowly re-opening, which means more people will be outside as local governments ease their stay-at-home orders and allow stores to open for business. Here are a few places where you can buy reusable masks online in Canada.
McDonald’s restaurants across the country have been closed to serving guests in-restaurant since March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Soon you’ll be able to step foot inside again as they’ve announced plans to reopen 30 locations for takeout service with new protective measures and procedures.
COVID-19 has changed the way consumers shop, but one of the newer developments in Canadian retail has been the growing adoption of curbside pickup. Here's a list of retailers and restaurants that offer curbside or store-front pickup services in Canada.
Looking for new products to take your health and fitness routine to the next level? At Best Buy, you canfind the running that helps you go the distance.
The ALDO Group, parent company of the popular shoe retailer ALDO, just announced that they are seeking creditor protection, citing increasing pressure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Keep reading to see what this means for the brand going forward.
We could all use a little extra entertainment right now while we’re spending more time at home. That’s exactly why AIR MILES launched Happy Every Day today. It’s an online community on Facebook designed to entertain and reward Canadians for staying at home.
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There’s no shortage of music streaming services around, but most require a paid subscription to use. With Amazon’s new free tier of their popular Amazon Music service, anyone with an Amazon account (Prime subscription not required) can jump right in and start listening.
If you don’t follow candy news as closely as I do, you might not have heard that Coca-Cola flavoured Tic Tacs were announced last fall. For those of you just learning about them today, you’re in luck because they’re now available in Canada.