Canada's London Drugs post 'Assistant General Manager - Loss Prevention Manager'
position in Vancouver, BC - The #2 LP position in company
to the General Manager - Loss Prevention for the company this is the number two
position. The Assistant General Manager, Loss Prevention is a senior
management position responsible for meeting company objectives in all areas of
retail Loss Prevention and security for London Drugs. This includes LP
Operations, Investigations, Asset Protection and Physical Security of all
locations and business units.
London Drugs is 100% Canadian owned and is focused on local customers'
satisfaction. Across Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and British Columbia,
London Drugs' 78 stores employ more than 7000 staff dedicated to providing
our customers with a superior shopping experience.
Sephora continues to expand beauty presence in Canada
Sephora, the leader in specialty retail and e-commerce, continues to
revolutionize the Canadian retail landscape with the launch of a newly optimized
Canadian Sephora.ca experience and the opening of a distribution centre.
Saks OFF 5TH to open 8 Canadian stores in 2016, plans 25 by 2021 - This means LP
Saks OFF 5TH's first Canadian locations will include a 28,000
square foot location at Tanger Outlets Ottawa, a 32,500 square foot store
at Outlet Collection at Niagara in Niagara-on-the Lake, Ontario, as well as a
35,000 square foot location at Vaughan Mills, just north of Toronto. All
locations will open in the spring of 2016, along with full-priced Saks Fifth
Avenue stores at Toronto Eaton Centre and Sherway Gardens.
Nordstrom plans 9 stores for Canada and 12 to 15
Strellson Plans Substantial Canadian Expansion
Herbal Magic closes stores across the country
Retail Fast Facts: July 2015
● Total monthly retail sales changed by 1.2 per cent over the comparable month
● Total sales excluding food, automotive and gasoline changed by 3.8 per cent
over the comparable month last year. Read
Cargo theft crackdown urged in Atlantic Canada
Cargo theft in New Brunswick is resulting in businesses losing "tens of
millions" of dollars annually and holds the potential to force companies out of
business, says the executive director of the Atlantic Provinces Trucking
Association. Cargo theft is costing the Canadian economy "billions of dollars"
annually, says the Insurance Bureau of Canada. (Nampa PD/The Associated Press.
The trucking association, the RCMP and the Insurance Bureau of Canada launched a
new reporting program for cargo theft in Atlantic Canada on Wednesday. The
reporting program hopes to raise awareness about the crime and bring together
stakeholders to crack down on it. A similar reporting database in Ontario last
year helped lead to the recovery of $1.4 million in stolen goods.
Two male credit card fraudsters hit two stores in Brockville, On. - Police
looking for suspects Two males with French accents tried to use
a credit card to purchase high-end tools at the Canadian Tire store in the city
on Wednesday afternoon. City police had indicated on Wednesday that fraudulent
credit cards were used at Superstore on Tuesday to try to purchase VISA cards.
A black SUV-type vehicle with Quebec plates was involved. There were two
male and one female suspects.
Toronto, CN: Dangerous Prescription drug Fentanyl stolen
Toronto Police are warning the public after fentanyl patches were stolen from a
car on Tuesday. Approximately 20 prescription fentanyl patches were stolen in
the Yonge Street and Finch Avenue area. The police say the drug can be fatal
when the patch is altered. Fentanyl is an opiate used to relieve pain.
Ottawa police lay charges against Hazeldean Mall robbery suspect
Ottawa police have charged a man who allegedly walked into a jewelry store in
the Hazeldean Mall, smashed a display case with a hammer and threatened to kill
a witness. At one point during the robbery, police say, the man revealed a
handgun tucked into the waistband of his pants. The man then fled to a waiting
vehicle with another person behind the wheel and drove off.
Two men sought for Vaughan grocery store theft
Crime Stoppers of York Region is asking for the public's help in finding a pair
of men who shoplifted from a Longo's grocery store in Vaughan on July 1. One of
the suspects stole a large number of baby formula packages hidden in orange
shopping bags and under his coat, walking out while the other suspect appeared
to act as a lookout.