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Many mid-to-upper tier brands, particularly in clothing, feared reprisal and avoided the new Eaton’s.
The plan was to close 31 underperforming stores, including two-thirds of its stores in Alberta. Marys, Ontarioand he bought a dry-goods and haberdashery business at Yonge Street in the city of Toronto.
The Hudson’s Bay Cata,ogo filed a lawsuit saying that Kosich had violated his employment contract. In AugustEaton’s announced that it would no longer sponsor the Santa Claus Parade, due to increasing costs. The initial staff of grew to within a few weeks of the opening.
Inthe first elevator in a retail establishment in Toronto was installed in the Eaton store although only customers going up were invited to use the elevator, thus requiring them to pass by the various store displays on their walk down. Eaton’s College Street in Toronto, opened inis an Art Deco masterpiece, and is currently used as a retail, office and residential complex.
The seven-store experiment was not successful, and Sears Canada President Paul Walters was forced to resign. Consequently, Eaton’s had missed much of the lucrative holiday season and opened with merchandise already marked down.
Bythree more storeys were added to the store and other buildings were constructed. Poor management by the last two generations of Eaton family members to run the chain contributed to the demise of Eaton’s.
Eaton’s leaves an architectural legacy, primarily through the work of the architecture firm Ross and Macdonald. As Canada’s population became more urban over the course of the 20th century, Canadians had access to a greater number of local stores, and were less reliant on catalogue purchases. The economic recession of the early s hurt the company. A consortium of local businesses saved the parade, which continues to be held every year.
Archived from the original on 21 March The store hzmmer closed on 17 Octoberalong with 36 other Eaton’s stores. The Toronto statue is now exhibited in the Royal Ontario Museum. Traditional department stores, including Eaton’s, commanded an ever-shrinking share of the Canadian retail dollar, as big box storessuch as Wal-Mart and Zellers, and specialty stores expanded their shares of retail sales.
After a highly emotional civic debate, which included a “group hug” of the “Big Store” by hundreds of people inthe store was demolished in to make way for a hockey arena, the MTS Centre.
This was mainly because of Eaton’s bankruptcy. The former downtown Eaton’s store in Montreal now Complexe Les Ailesalso designed by Ross and Macdonald, remains a landmark on Saint Catherine Street and is occupied by a large shopping mall, however only the outer building’s shell remains. Sears purchased all the shares of T.
With the advent of urban sprawl, most Canadian downtown shopping districts which were historically dominated by Eaton’s had to increasingly share retail sales with growing suburban shopping areas, where Eaton’s was just one of many competitors. American retailers flocked to view the stores on Yonge Street and Portage Avenue, anxious to replicate Timothy Eaton’s methods south of the border.
A changing economic and retail environment in the late 20th century, along with mismanagement, culminated in the chain’s bankruptcy in Sears Canada closed some Eaton’s stores, converted others to Sears stores, sold others to The Bay or Zellersand kept a number of downtown stores with the intention of relaunching Eaton’s now stylized eatons in as a more high-end, modern brand, with a lowercase “e” in a circle as its logo and a splashy ad campaign built around the colour aubergine.
Eaton’s acquired a city block on Portage Avenue at Donald Street, and the five-storey Eaton’s store opened to much fanfare on July 15, In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Although Mark Cohen officially announced that the Eaton’s chain had seen an impressive rebound in Juneby he retired the “Eaton’s” name.
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Wikipedia indefinitely semi-protected pages Articles needing additional references from March All articles needing additional references All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from July Articles with unsourced statements from June Many Canadians were in shock. The Globe and Mail. March Learn how and when to remove this template message. In Decembera few months before its filing for creditor protection and subsequent liquidation, Sears Canada sold the remaining Eaton’s intellectual property to a company affiliated with Cadillac Fairview the current owner of the Toronto Eaton Centre.
The Montreal Eaton Centre, however, is expected to be renamed at the conclusion of renovations announced in to merge the complex with the adjacent Complexe Les Ailes the site of the former Eaton’s store in downtown Montreal. As a result, the toe is much shinier than any other part of the statue.
It now sits in the city’s new arena, Bell MTS Placeone floor up from nearly the same spot where it stood in the old store.
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The complex — stretching m on several levels from Dundas to Queen Street and boasting stores — was anchored at the north end by a nine-storey Eaton’s store. Not all former Eaton’s stores are architectural landmarks: Others blamed Eaton’s management for the catalogue’s failures, pointing to the similar Simpsons-Sears catalogue later the Sears Canada cataloguewhich continued until a much later date even though it never enjoyed the iconic status or popularity of the Eaton’s catalogue.
In September of that year, creditors approved the restructuring plan. The catalogue offered everything from clothing to farming implements. Similarly, the main Vancouver store, connected to the downtown Pacific Centre mall, was also built in the s as a large, white box.
Retrieved 9 April George Hellerthen-president of rival department store The Bay, publicly warned vendors not to supply the new Eaton’s with merchandise. In its first year of operation, with Timothy Eaton responsible for buying the goods to stock the store, and a staff of four, expectations were low that a store with a no-credit and no-haggling policy would succeed.