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Old Posted Jul 21, 2017, 9:12 PM
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Yea i remember the mall with the bay. I think the bay closed when they took over at oakridge.
Became a Zellers correct?
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Old Posted Jul 21, 2017, 9:31 PM
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Correct.
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Old Posted Jul 22, 2017, 5:00 PM
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FedEx closing all retail office stores in Canada
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Shipping giant FedEx has quietly moved to close retail office stores in all Canadian cities putting more than 214 people out of work and ending three decades of doing business in the country.

FedEx will continue to ship within Canada, but its copy and office supply stores will close Aug. 18.

"We reached the decision to exit the Canadian market after thoughtful evaluations of our business operations and considerations about our future," a company statement said.

FedEx has 24 stores in Ontario, Nova Scotia and B.C., with the bulk located in Ontario.

The news came as a shock to customers wondering where they will do business.

"I needed to ship a parcel to New York yesterday and I was told by the woman at the counter that all the office stores in Canada were closing," London customer Jeff Blake explained.

"I find it puzzling," he said, noting that FedEx had recently built a new store in the city.
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Old Posted Yesterday, 3:50 AM
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Fedex`s closure will only benefit Purolator and UPS.
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Old Posted Yesterday, 6:54 AM
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Fedex`s closure will only benefit Purolator and UPS.
These are the old Kinko's locations, so mostly print/office services, nothing that can't be done at Staples.

Although they were convenient pick up spots, I've had FedEx packages sent for pick up all the way out in Richmond.

UPS/Canada Post is the most convenient
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Old Posted Yesterday, 10:29 AM
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I never knew that FedEx had retail stores in Canada like they do in the US, huh.
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