Canadians may soon be seeing smaller versions of traditional big-box stores when they head to the mall, as retailers who have already saturated suburban outlets try to capitalize on a new type of customer: the urban shopper. Will this trend catch on? Can big-box retailers provide the convenience and service discerning urban shoppers are looking for?
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