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    Target announces Starbucks as coffee retailer for Canadian stores (Starbucks Newsroom)

    Loblaws launching loyalty program to coincide with Target entry (Globe and Mail)

    Zellers reviews options for outlets ‘left behind’ (Globe and Mail)

    Canadian malls are the Target of expansion(Montreal Gazette)

    Sobeys and Target: a winning combination (Financial Post)

    Target’s rejected sites in high demand by rival retailers (Globe & Mail)

    Walmart, Canadian Tire in Target's crosshairs (Financial Post)

    What we can expect: Tony Fisher talks about Target Canada (Financial Post)

    Target’s Canadian foray hits cost hurdle (Globe & Mail)

    Announcement of which Zellers are to convert coming by end of May? CTV

    "Death of Canadian retail greatly exaggerated" Rona CEO (Financial Post

    Impact on Canadian Tire (Financial Post)

    Canadian Retail Industry Viewpoints (Profit Magazine)



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    Sears Restructuring

    Sears has announced a restructuring under CCAA. The company will try to emerge as a smaller retailer that is sustainable. If this is not successful, it will be sold off entirely or in pieces.

    Sears Press Release (June 22)

    Current information on the Sears restructuiring can be found here:

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    Medicine Hat, AB

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    Calgary, AB

    Grande Prairie, AB

    St. Albert, AB

    Winnipeg Garden City, MB

    Edmonton Skyview, AB

    Lloydminster, AB

    Okotoks, AB

    Halifax Outlet, NS

    Ancaster, ON

    Red Deer Relocation, AB

    Spruce Grove, AB

    Cornwall, ON

    Woodbridge, ON

    Kamloops Aberdeen Mall, BC

    Ft. McMurray, AB

    Chatham, ON

    London, ON

    Bathurst, NB

    Leduc, AB

    Cambridge, ON

    Scarborough, ON

    Saint John, NB

    Sherwood Park, AB

    Timmins, ON

    Kingston, ON

    Corner Brook, NL

    Creston, BC

    St. Eustache, QC

    Ottawa East, ON

    Truro Mall, NS

    Sechelt, BC

    Montreal Place Vertu, QC

    Sudbury, ON

    Dartmouth, NS

    Grand Forks, BC

    Sorel, QC

    Windsor, ON

    Brockville, ON

    Orangeville, ON

    Orillia, ON

    Sault Ste. Marie, ON

    Rimouski, QC

    St. Bruno, QC

    Hull, QC

    Rouyn-Noranda, QC

    Laval, QC

    Chicoutimi, QC

    Melville, SK

    Quebec City, QC

    St. Georges de Beauce, QC

    Ste. Foy, QC

    Alma, QC

    Drummondville, QC

    Regina, SK

    Moose Jaw, SK

    Prince Albert, SK


    Sears store dealers denounce changes that leave them ‘doomed to financial ruin’

    David Halsey didn’t envision spending his retirement years working as a sales associate at Canadian Tire.

    But it’s where the former Sears Hometown store dealer has ended up after walking away from his unprofitable Lindsay, Ont. store a year and a half ago.

    “At 67 I’m working for $11 an hour,” Mr. Halsey chuckles.

    “You do what you have to do. We used all of our retirement savings and we sold our house, sold all of the trucks we had for deliveries. We had to get rid of everything and we took a loss on it, but we had no income.”

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    Sears Canada CEO Douglas Campbell resigns after one year in the job

    TORONTO • Whether it was family reasons or displeasure with Sears Canada’s corporate parent that prompted the enterprise’s newest CEO Doug Campbell to walk away from the top job, his exit adds up to bad news for a company desperately seeking a buyer that may not materialize.

    Mr. Campbell is the second chief executive to leave the embattled department store chain in just over a year, and by all accounts, he was an equally competent one.

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    Sycamore offers new hope for Sears Canada

    Sears Canada has a fighting chance to avoid liquidation — and it may rest with New York retail impresario Stefan Kaluzny.

    An auction of the struggling department-store chain has attracted the interest of Kaluzny’s Sycamore Partners, a prolific private-equity firm known for scooping up distressed store brands, The Post has learned.

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