By  on July 16, 2019

TORONTO — Since its modest beginnings in 1926, Canadian retailer Reitmans has learned a thing or two about mastering change in an evolving marketplace.

Now the publicly owned, family-controlled business, which has grown from one woman’s clothing store on Montreal’s Boulevard St. Laurent into Canada’s largest women’s specialty retailer, is undergoing a transformation to better serve a diverse, style-conscious consumer that values accessibility, affordability and self-empowerment.

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