TORONTO — Canadian Tire Corp., which operates a chain of 474 stores across Canada specializing in auto, leisure and outdoor products, is planning to test a limited grocery offering in two stores, according to reports. The company will reported devote about 1% of its floor space in two stores in Orleans and Welland, Ontario, where it plans to test a new retail concept. Reports said the grocery offering will include some frozen products, as well as everyday grocery items like milk and bread. ...
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