Holidays will mark true test of Target Canada

As a struggling Target Canada heads into the biggest selling season of the year with a turnaround plan underway, the company will be under the microscope to redeem itself. When Target first began its rapid expansion in Canada in 2011, the company never expected it would rack up almost $1.4 billion in losses. So some analysts are saying this will be the make it or break season to see if some of the newly implemented changes will help save the stores. Story

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