The company said it plans to close seven of its 29 store locations once COVID-19-related measures were loosened. Coronavirus closing time order likely to have a major impact on bars and restaurants By Jasen Lee, KSL | Posted - Nov. 10, 2020 at 9:01 a.m. Aldo: Montreal-based The Aldo Group said May 7 … Retailers including JCPenney, GNC, and Signet Jewelers are closing thousands of locations in June as shoppers shift their behaviors and the coronavirus … On July 1, the governor ordered bars and indoor dining at restaurants to close in most areas of the state for the next three weeks amid a surge of new coronavirus cases throughout California. Montreal-area chain stores close, reduce hours to slow spread of coronavirus The Association of Food Retailers of Quebec is asking citizens to … MONTREAL - Reitmans (Canada) Ltd. is laying off 90 per cent of its Canadian retail store workers and 30 per cent of its Montreal head office employees after closing stores amid the spread of COVID-19. Reitmans says its net loss surged to $74.7 million or $1.53 per diluted share in the first quarter, compared with a loss of $12.6 million or 20 cents per share a year earlier. Reitmans will shutter 77 Addition Elle and 54 Thyme Maternity stores across Canada as part of its restucturing process, the Montreal-based retailer announced Tuesday. Shop online from Reitmans, Canada’s largest women’s apparel retailer and leading fashion brand. Buy women’s clothing including tops, pants, career clothes and more. Here's why, and what to do. Macy's is closing all of its stores nationwide, effective at the end of business March 17 through March 31, to try to help curb the spread of COVID-19. COVID-19 has thrown a few wrenches into the home closing process, which now takes 60 days on average. Reitmans sought protection from its creditors under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act on May 19 after the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated ongoing issues at … Coronavirus aid: The state of Ohio will use $30 million in federal coronavirus aid to offer $200,000 to each local health department and hire more contact tracers, Jeremy Pelzer reports.