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Target Canada Locations: 20 New Stores To Open In Ontario, B.C., Prairies

07/04/2013 11:08 EDT | Updated 07/04/2013 11:09 EDT
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Target will open an additional 20 stores in Canada this month, adding to the 48 locations already in operation across the country, the big U.S.-based retailer announced Thursday.

The new locations, opening between July 16 and July 30, include a store at the South Oakville Centre and Oshawa’s Five Points Mall. Overall, there will be 11 openings in Ontario, two each in British Columbia and Alberta, and three in Saskatchewan, the first Target stores in that province.

The 20 new stores push Target past the halfway mark for store openings this year, as the retailer has announced plans to open 124 stores across Canada throughout 2013.

“After opening stores in Ontario and Western Canada, we’re excited to bring the unique Target brand shopping experience to additional locations in these markets and to welcome our first guests in Saskatchewan,” Target Canada president Tony Fisher said in a release.

Besides its 48 stores in Canada, Minneapolis-based Target has 1,784 locations in the United States.

Locations opening to the public on July 16 include:

British Columbia (2)

Courtenay - Driftwood Mall

Kelowna - Orchard Plaza

Alberta (2)

Calgary - Signal Hill Centre

Medicine Hat - Medicine Hat Mall

Saskatchewan (3)

Regina - Northgate Shopping Centre

Saskatoon - The Mall at Lawson Heights

Saskatoon - Centre at Circle & Eighth

Ontario (11)

Ancaster - Meadowlands Power Centre

Chatham - Thames Lea Plaza

Hamilton - South Hamilton Square

Hamilton - Queenston Place

Kitchener - Laurentian Power Centre

Niagara Falls - 7190 Morrison Street

North Bay - 1899 Algonquin Avenue

Oakville - South Oakville Centre

Oshawa, Ontario - Five Points Mall

Thunder Bay - Intercity Shopping Centre

Welland - Seaway Mall

The Kingston Cataraqui Town Centre store will open on July 23, followed by the Brampton Bramalea City Centre store on July 30.

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