Nordstrom is reopening stores in Canada and here's how they'll be different
Nordstrom will begin reopening its stores in Canada this week after shutting down operations for more than two months.
The luxury Seattle-based retailer operates six stores across Canada, including locations in Vancouver, Calgary, Ottawa and Toronto. It also operates six Nordstrom Rack locations, with a seventh opening in Langley, B.C. this fall.
Nordstrom will open its flagship location at CF Pacific Centre in Vancouver on Friday, May 22, with other locations in Canada following on a store-by-store basis.
We can't wait to welcome you back! With selected stores reopening, we want to reiterate that the health and safety of our customers and employees is of the utmost importance to us. Find out if a store near you has reopened: https://t.co/UXlLv36dH2 pic.twitter.com/KdHdW3C1z0— Nordstrom (@Nordstrom) May 21, 2020
But Nordstrom shoppers will notice a few key changes once stores reopen; the company is implementing a number of new health and safety protocols, including:
Shoppers that don't wish to shop in store can continue to use contactless curbside services and online shopping.
"The past several months has been unlike anything we've ever experienced, and we're working hard to evolve so we can continue to show up in a meaningful way," Nordstrom said in a statement.
"We want to continue to bring you the service and convenience you need, even if it may look a little different than it has in the past."
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