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Catherine Malandrino Opens in Montreal

The Golden Square Mile flagship is the the New York-based designer's first Canadian store.

NAFFEM Fur Show Faces Challenges

After 31 years, the North American Fur and Fashions Exposition Montreal is facing an uncertain future.

Canadian Exhibitions Eye Clearer Skies

Competition for U.S. dollars seen as top hurdle.

Furriers Upbeat Despite Weather

Fur retailers try new tactics.

Gildan Activewear to Purchase Anvil Holdings for $88 Million

The deal brings together two basic cotton apparel manufacturers.

WWD Magic Preview: U.S., Canadian Spotlight

Companies deal with cross-border issues.

Canada Goose Takes on Counterfeits

Outerwear firm deals with fakes, from China to the Internet.

Canadian Firms Pay $2.5 Million to Louis Vuitton, Burberry

Brands had sued for trademark infringement.

Jean Paul Gaultier Retrospective Bows in Montreal

Exhibit features 130 pieces, many of which have never before been shown in public, including Madonna’s…

Fur Price Hikes Trigger Caution

Attendees of the North American Fur and Fashion Exposition placed orders earlier than usual.

Canadian Jeans Maker RGR to Close

High raw material costs and low-wage competition blamed.

Legal Battle Brewing Over Target Name in Canada

Giant Target Corp. and small chain Target Apparel are suing each other.

Harry Rosen Opens Tom Ford Shop in Montreal

Harry Rosen is expanding its offerings with the addition of a Tom Ford shop at its Cour Mont Royal store here.

Canada: The Export Challenge

A strong Canadian economy could be a mixed blessing for retailers and trade show organizers.

Fur Makers Upbeat at Montreal Expo

Lightweight everyday styles, especially sheared furs and reversible coats, have been fueling sales.