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Target Canada Locations: Toronto, Hamilton, London Among Cities To See Store Openings This Week
TORONTO, ON – Lowe’s Canada announced today that in addition to completing the acquisition of 12 former Target sites, the company also plans to open two more locations in Ontario. Construction is currently underway in Ancaster and Mississauga, representing an additional investment in excess of approximately C$50 million.
Jul 12, 2012 - Toronto - Target Canada has finally released the full list of upcoming store locations that are scheduled to begin opening in the spring of 2013.
TORONTO, February 15, 2012 – Target's Canadian guests will have the opportunity to enjoy the Starbucks experience while shopping as a result of a new agreement between Target Canada Co. and Starbucks Coffee Canada, Inc. Under the terms of the agreement, the majority of the 125 – 135 Target locations across Canada will feature Starbucks licensed stores.

"Starbucks has been a valued partner for more than 12 years and an integral part of the Target guest experience in the U.S.," said John Morioka, senior vice president of merchandising, Target Canada.
"Our goal is to bring the true Target brand shopping experience to our Canadian guests, so expanding our relationship with Starbucks as we enter the Canadian marketplace is a natural fit."

Starbucks store openings will coincide with Target's entrance into the Canadian market beginning in spring of 2013. In addition to offering guests their favourite customized beverages, many stores will have breakfast and lunch sandwich selections, as well as whole bean coffee and Starbucks VIA Ready Brew offerings, and other merchandise.

"We continually look for new and relevant opportunities to bring the Starbucks experience to communities across the country, and this strategic relationship represents another way we're able to create meaningful connections with both new and existing customers," said Colin Moore, president, Starbucks Canada. "Building on the success of our relationship in the U.S., we're excited to be joining forces with Target in Canada with a shared commitment to delivering high quality products and an in-store experience that reflects our common values."

Target opened its first Starbucks licensed store location in the United States in 1999. There are now 1,097 Starbucks locations within Target stores in the U.S. Jul 12, 2012 - Target Store Locations in Canada ..Target intends to announce additional locations over the next several ..Toronto – East York Town Centre
New Target Canada president Schindele has his work cut out for him. More than a year in, some stores are still visibly under-stocked. At three Toronto stores that Reuters visited over the last week, there were still some empty shelves. One location had two cereal sections, and in some places boxes of Cheerios were lined up in single rows on shelves.Locations that will have Target stores next year include, in Ontario: Ajax - Durham Centre; Aurora - Aurora Shopping Centre; Brampton - Shoppers World; Brampton; Burlington - Burlington Mall; Burlington - Millcroft Centre; Brampton - Trinity Common; Cambridge - Cambridge Centre; Fergus - Gates of Fergus; Guelph - Stone Road Mall; Hamilton - Centre Mall; Kawartha Lakes - Lindsay Square Mall; London - Masonville Place; London - Westmount Shopping Centre; Milton - Milton Mall Shopping Centre; Mississauga - Square One Shopping Centre; Newmarket - Upper Canada Mall; Orillia - Orillia Square Mall; Toronto - Centrepoint Mall; Toronto - Cloverdale Mall; Toronto - East York Town Centre; Toronto - Shoppers World Danforth; Waterdown - Flamborough Power Centre; Whitby - Taunton Road Power Centre; and Windsor - Devonshire Mall, listed the press release.The Zeller sites takeover was announced since the beginning of the year, noted the press release, for the conversion into Target stores. The over 125 stores will be closed for about six to nine months for renovations required to set up the Target stores, and this will all cost at around over $10 million.Locations that will have Target stores next year include, in Ontario: Ajax - Durham Centre; Aurora - Aurora Shopping Centre; Brampton - Shoppers World; Brampton; Burlington - Burlington Mall; Burlington - Millcroft Centre; Brampton - Trinity Common; Cambridge - Cambridge Centre; Fergus - Gates of Fergus; Guelph - Stone Road Mall; Hamilton - Centre Mall; Kawartha Lakes - Lindsay Square Mall; London - Masonville Place; London - Westmount Shopping Centre; Milton - Milton Mall Shopping Centre; Mississauga - Square One Shopping Centre; Newmarket - Upper Canada Mall; Orillia - Orillia Square Mall; Toronto - Centrepoint Mall; Toronto - Cloverdale Mall; Toronto - East York Town Centre; Toronto - Shoppers World Danforth; Waterdown - Flamborough Power Centre; Whitby - Taunton Road Power Centre; and Windsor - Devonshire Mall, listed the press release.In British Columbia: Campbell River - Discovery Harbour Shopping Centre; Coquitlam - Coquitlam Centre; Cranbrook - Tamarack Mall; Delta - Scottsdale Mall; Kamloops- Sahali Centre Mall; Prince George - Pine Centre; Langley - Willowbrook Shopping Centre; Nanaimo - Nanaimo North Town Centre; Vernon - Village Green Mall; Courtenay - Driftwood Mall; Kelowna - Orchard Park Plaza; and Victoria - Tillicum Centre.In Alberta: Calgary - Chinook Centre; Calgary - Forest Lawn Shopping Centre; Calgary - Market Mall; Calgary - Shoppes at Shawnessy; Edmonton - Bonnie Doon Shopping Centre; Edmonton - Mill Woods Town Centre; Edmonton - West Edmonton Mall; Grande Prairie - Prairie Mall; Red Deer - Bower Place; Sherwood Park - Sherwood Park Mall; Calgary - Signal Hill; Medicine Hat - Medicine Hat Mall; and St. Albert - St. Albert Centre.In Manitoba: Brandon - Shoppers Mall; Winnipeg - Kildonan Place Shopping Centre; and Winnipeg - Southdale Centre.The full list of new stores can be found , opening throughout 2013.RioCan REIT continues talks with tenants to take over 18 former Target sites still remaining after Canadian Tire and Lowe's agreed to acquire eight locations. In an investor update this week, RioCan noted Canadian Tire will acquire the lease at Sudbury Place in Sudbury. And Lowe's has signed a conditional agreement to acquire seven former Target locations in RioCan properties. For the leftover sites (1.6M SF total, including The Stockyards in Toronto), RioCan is speaking with national tenants, including grocers, fitness operators, discount retailers and sporting goods suppliers.