While on The X Factor Little Mix looked set to be rather unassuming celebrities, often proclaiming they were ‘too busy for boys’ while admitting they’d rather slob around in their trainers than wear a pair of skyscraper heels on a night out. But predictably that all changed once the group shot to fame and now Little Mix have fully embraced the world of showbiz, with the girls regularly seen out on the town at celeb events. Three of them have bagged celebrity boyfriends too: Perrie is now seeing One Direction’s Zayn Malik, while Jesy and Jade are dating Diversity stars Jordan Banjo and Sam Craske respectively.
Yorkdale Shopping Centre, a Toronto mall prized by incoming international retailers for its industry high sales per square footage, is adding six additional new to Canada brands in 2013 including jeweler David Yurman, Zara Home, and fashion boutiques All Saints, John Varvatos, Mulberry and White House Black Market.The shopping centre announced a new $331 million expansion on Monday that will break ground next year and bring in a new Nordstrom location as its anchor tenant opening in 2016. Since the recession.of the reason is herd mentality [on the part of retailers], said Toronto based retail consultant Ed Strapagiel. Strapagiel said.
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To Packaged Facts, the Canadian pet industry is worth around $7 billion including food, supplies and services. 65 per cent of Canadian households own at least one pet, Harris adds.Not only that, they are humanizing their pets more than ever before, which opens the doors to a wealth of business opportunities.Laing says the pet industry growth can be attributed to the major demographic shift from Baby Boomers to millennials. Millennials use them as starter kids.