ETOBICOKE, Ontario -- Oshawa Group here has charted an ambitious course to steer through Canada's challenging retail waters. The wholesaler-retailer is battling a Canadian economy not yet fully recovered from recession; intense competition driven by low prices, particularly in overstored Central Canada, and a market that is changing at an astonishing pace through new technologies and increasing levels of consumer sophistication. According to Jonathan A. Wolfe, president and chief operating ...

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