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Target Confirms Location Of First 12 Stores In Quebec - Quick Facts

Target Corp. (TGT) announced the location of its first 12 stores in Quebec.

In fall 2013, the company intends to open stores in - Galeries D'Anjou, Anjou; Place Portobello, Brossard; Les Galeries Gatineau, Gatineau; Les Galeries Joliette, Joliette; Galeries Chagnon, Levis; Place Alexis Nihon, Montreal; Place Vertu, Montreal; Les Promenades Saint-Bruno, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville; Carrefour De L'Estrie, Sherbrooke; Place Laurier, Sainte-Foy; Carrefour Du Nord, Saint-Jerome and Les Rivieres Shopping Centre, Trois-Rivieres.

The company stated that around $10 million to $11 million will be invested to significantly remodel each facility in order to bring the full Target brand experience to Quebec communities.

by RTT Staff Writer

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