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Canadian Push 6-20-14


Target Canada employees issue mea culpa in new video  Target Canada knows it screwed up when it arrived here last year, employees admit in a new video from the mass merchant, but it’s here for the long run. A company video shared in social media by president Mark Schindele carries an apologetic tone and a commitment to turn things around while putting to rest any rumors that the rival to Walmart may give up on its operations in this country. “Certainly, we think that we have disappointed our Canadian guests,” says Damien Liddle, senior corporate counsel, echoing a promise to do better voiced by multiple employees in the two-minute clip. The internal video does not feature Mr. Schindele, a veteran operations executive who was brought in from the retailer’s U.S. executive team after the ouster of Tony Fisher from the role last month. (Source

Canada's Entry Point - Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping Center - Most Foreign Retailers Start There - Forecasted to Become North America's Top Selling Mall by 2018  Last year, over a third of all first locations for retailers entering Canada were at Toronto's Yorkdale Shopping Centre. Yorkdale has been Canada's entry point for many foreign retailers for a number of years. Its latest mall expansion, anchored by a 188,000 square foot Nordstrom store, will see even more first-to-market retailers between now and 2016. It's no wonder that the mall is forecasted to become North America's top-selling mall by 2018. Several other first-to-Canada retailers for Yorkdale include Canada's first Apple Store (2005), GEOX (2005), Bath & Body Works (2008) and Crate & Barrel (2008).  (Source

Sporting Life to open stores across Canada

Statistics Canada - retail sales up fourth consecutive month in April, up 1.1% to $41.6 billion

Driver hits convenience store, eight vehicles in wild southern Alberta joyride 

Ontario Provincial Police say Canadian Tire employee caught 'red-handed' in theft 

Twitter helps RCMP nab vacuum thief

Canadian Push 6-20-14
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