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    Target Canada began thinking of closing last summer

    Weeks after employees were assured that Target was committed to Canada, the legal department at headquarters in Minneapolis first raised the concept of a Canadian insolvency, according to newly filed court documents.

    “Target Corporation’s internal legal department first raised the concept of a Canadian insolvency filing in summer 2014. However, the possibility of an insolvency filing was not explored or considered in any meaningful way until around late October, 2014,” according to a document filed by lawyers for Target Canada Corporation (TCC) in Ontario Superior Court.

    In the document, Target responds to 61 questions submitted by suppliers, some of whom have argued that the company bulked up on inventory before declaring insolvency Jan. 15, leaving them with unpaid invoices and no legal way to reclaim their goods.

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