MISSISSAUGA, Ontario — Walmart Canada here said Tuesday it plans to spend more than $750 million to build new stores and remodel or relocated existing locations across Canada, with more than half of the 73 targeted locations slated to become supercenters, according to reports. Included in that investment are 39 Zellers stores the company acquired last year through rival Target Corp., Minneapolis. "This is an exciting year for Walmart Canada," Shelley Broader, president ...

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