MISSISSAUGA, Ontario — Wal-Mart Canada here this week said it would open its first supercenters in the province of Saskatchewan by early 2010 by replacing existing Wal-Mart discount stores in Saskatoon and Regina. In both cases the stores will be expanded from approximately 135,000 square feet to 185,000 square feet. Wal-Mart currently operates 58 supercenters in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia since introducing the concept in Canada less than three years ago. Read More of Today's ...

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