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Laura's Shoppe Inc. is a Canadian women’s wear boutique chain founded in 1930 by Laura Wolstein, the first Laura store was located on St. Hubert Street, Montreal and later moved to Verdun Avenue in Verdun, a suburb of Montreal.
|Industry||Retailer for women's wear|
1989 (Laura Petites)
1995 (Laura Plus)
1984 (Melanie Lyne)
2002 (Laura Superstore)
|Headquarters||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
Number of locations
47 (Melanie Lyne)
71 (Laura Petites)
54 (Laura Plus)
18 (Laura Superstore)
|Divisions||Melanie Lyne, Laura Plus, Laura Petites & Laura|
Laura Canada remained a one-store operation until 1973 when Kalman Fisher, grandson of Laura Wolstein, and now President of Laura Canada, opened a second store in a small shopping centre in the Montreal suburb of St. Laurent. A third store was opened in Place Vertu in 1975, followed by another in les Galeries d'Anjou in 1976.