The Canadian Furniture Market has already been affected by the economic downturn, but there are signs that it will expand even further.
There are signs of retailers closing stores as the economy improves.
In the U.K., we have seen a number of stores close as the U2/Beatlemania wave has waned, but the latest signs suggest that is likely to continue.
The British retailer IKEA has said it will lay off more than 2,000 workers and has closed dozens of stores in recent months.
A similar fate has beenfallen the fashion retailer JC Penney, which shut down several stores last year, citing declining demand.
The closures in Canada are likely to happen in 2019.
“We are going to have to see some consolidation, as we have been seeing the closure of stores, especially in the U, over the last year,” said Rob McLean, chief economist at Bank of Nova Scotia.
“If there’s no more growth, the market is going to shrink further.”
According to a Bank of Montreal report, the global retail market is expected to shrink by 1.4% in 2019 as a result of the recession.
The report also says that Canadian retail sales have been hurt by a weaker U.S. economy and a weak yen.
The decline in the Canadian economy and weaker currency have hurt Canadian retailers, and that has affected sales, which have dropped by more than 40% in Canada over the past three years.
In March, Canada’s largest retailer, Argos, said it would lay off 2,200 people, the most in Canada in 30 years.
Argos has said that it is considering laying off 2.6 million workers over the next three years, and it has been looking at shutting some stores.
But the company has not yet closed its stores.
As the U-turn in Canada, it is unlikely to be the last.
While Canada has had a good year for retail sales, the economy is slowing down, and consumers are looking for alternatives.
According the latest statistics, Canadian sales fell 4.7% in the first quarter, according to Statistics Canada.
It has been a rough year for Canadian retailers.
The Canadian government has been cutting spending and reducing tax breaks, which has hurt retailers.
Walmart announced last week that it was laying off 1,200 workers in the country.
At least one of those laid off will be from the Argos group, which also owns the department store chain TJ Maxx, which announced last year it would close at least four stores in Canada.
In March, Argus said it was shutting two stores in the province of Ontario, while TJ Maxz announced it would cut about 2,600 jobs.
Despite the weak economic recovery, Canadian retailers are optimistic about the future.
If there is an economic downturn in Canada next year, it will be worse than it was in 2019,” said McLean.
We are likely not going to see a full-on retail closure as retailers have to focus on a diversified portfolio of products.
And with the economy recovering, we are likely going to continue to see this sort of consolidation of businesses, said McLeod.
Canada’s biggest retailer, IKEAB, has already announced that it would shut down a store in the Alberta town of Saguenay, and another one in the Ottawa area.
IKEAB also said it planned to lay off 1.5 million workers in 2019 after it laid off 1 million employees in 2018.
This article was updated on Feb. 20 at 10:34 a.m. to include a statement from the Canadian Furnishings Association.