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Growth Factor

The Canadian fashion industry comes into its own.

Supercenters Set for Canada

After opening its first three Canadian megastores on Wednesday, Wal-Mart Canada announced plans to launch 17…

Parasuco Goes Cruising

Parasuco is moving ahead to expand its nondenim offerings with the introduction of a 15-piece exclusive line…

Algo on Comeback Trail

If you looked at the financial results of Algo Group Inc. over the last few years, you wouldn't rush out to…

Denmark’s Change Comes to Canada, Eyes U.S.

Change Lingerie of Denmark has opened its first three boutiques in Canada as an eventual springboard into the…

Rodier Back in North America With Algo

French knitwear brand Rodier is returning to the North American market through a licensing agreement with…

Gildan to Acquire Socks Maker in $45M Deal

Gildan Activewear has struck a deal to purchase socks manufacturer Kentucky Derby Hosiery Co. for $45 million.

Girl Time

The first national women's wear show in 15 years makes its debut.

Warm Winter Takes Toll on Fur Orders

Still dealing with high inventories from mild winter weather, buyers at NAFFEM were focusing on fashion and…

Canadians Look South at Montreal Fashion Week

Quebec's Simons is planning to expand across Canada, is scouting for space in Toronto and has its eyes on a…

Simons to Expand Into Toronto, Ottawa

Simons waited 159 years before it opened its first store outside Quebec City, when it opened here in 1999.

Joe Fresh Line Hits Canada

Supermarket giant Loblaw Cos. has launched a line of designer fashions to challenge competition from Wal-Mart…

Napoleon Perdis’ Northern Exposure

A year after invading the U.S. market, Napoleon Perdis is about to land in Canada.

Cornell Trading Exits the U.S.

Cornell Trading here has closed its U.S. operations and shut 79 stores that operated under the April Cornell…

Gildan Activewear Plots Expansion

Gildan Activewear, one of Canada's largest apparel firms, is embarking on a strategy to more than double…