TORONTO — Supermarket retailers in Canada are particularly vulnerable to disruption as a result of the ongoing and planned expansions of U.S. retail brands Target and Wal-Mart there, according to a report released this week by BMO Capital Markets. Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., has captured around 5.9% of the Canadian grocery market since it first made its arrival in Canada via an acquisition in 1994, according to BMO. It stands to gain greater share as it continues an ongoing ...

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