The debut of Target Canada’s first stores last month is likely just another roadblock for the growth of the major traditional chains, but no larger than the challenges they have grown accustomed to over the years. Minneapolis-based Target Corp. during the last few weeks had “soft openings” of about two dozen of the former Zellers stores it had previously acquired here, with grand openings planned later this month for the newly converted stores. About 125 Targets are ...

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