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Target Canada
Heard on the news that the final closing dates of May 15th is being moved forward a month. Conestoga Mall was suppose to close May 15th. They say stock is moving faster than anticipated.
Target Waterloo is now Closed, today was there last day everything was 90% off and then 98% off around 6:30PM, it's sad that Target gave up to fast IMO, call me crazy but I liked the store.
TMKM94 is crazy.
I used to be the mayor of sim city. I know what I am talking about.
(04-08-2015, 11:21 PM)TMKM94 Wrote: it's sad that Target gave up to fast IMO
How much longer and how many more $billions should they have spent before finally giving up?
Target in the states is pretty nice but they really dropped the ball in Canada.
What the Conestoga Mall Target location will not be:

Canadian Tire


What it might be (but probably not)

I used to be the mayor of sim city. I know what I am talking about.
Would be a good place for a Simons if they expand into the area. Or Primark if they come to Canada.
I don't think there is any plans for anything to open in the Conestoga mall space anytime soon I noticed there is a mural covering the wall inside the mall. Kind of surprised that Loblaws doesn't take the opportunity to turn the space into a Real Canadian superstore but I guess they just renovated the Zehrs so there probably happy with what they got.
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