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    … prices change by region. If you were to check pricing in Toronto, they might differ from the prices in a store in a small town an hour from Toronto. Study edmonton, then go an hour away to a smaller town, the prices will differ. there is no blanket answer that you're looking for sorry buddy.
    Fascinating theory. That Crappy Tire will sell identical non-sale items in different cities, for different prices.

    But is it true? Do identical items have different prices in a Toronto Crappy Tire than they do in Vancouver?

    Let’s have a look:

    Find Automotive Tools to Sports Gear to Kitchen & Bath Products | Canadian Tire

    OK, now let’s check out the prices for Toronto …

    Hey, wait! There AREN’T any “Toronto” prices! Or any “Vancouver” prices!

    They are the same prices shown for EVERY CITY IN CANADA!

    But let’s enter some postal codes into the web site – maybe THAT will change things!

    0603874 in M4C 1L4: $99.99
    How about in v5n 2T7: $99.99

    Yes, this CT genius doesn’t even know how his own store’s pricing works, LMFAO!

    Caught lying to consumers yet again.

    And so easily disproven, too!

    Tsk, tsk, Crappy Owners.

    You should be ashamed!

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    LMAO
    So your analysis is one item at $99.99 compared Toronto to Vancouver?
    One item hahahaha Again you've proven you have ZERO understanding of retail and business.

    Yes my claim remains the same. You could and will go into CT's in a major City, and then head down the road to a small town, same stores, same items and the prices will differ. Yes you could study prices 3 months ago vs prices today and there will be prices that are not the same as they were. some up, some down, and many will remain the same.

    Of course you know far more about retail and my business then I do, so why don't you tell me oh wise one. I mean surely you've ran a multi million dollar franchise. Surely you've acheived a million dollars net worth before you were 40.

    Back to the topic - high school students.
    So according to the recent post, employing high school students is exploitation hahaha
    Let's just make sure we understand this claim 100% - employing a 16 or 17 year old to say run a cash register nights and weekends, or stock shelves nights and weekends is exploitation? Pay them student wage, give them say 10-20 hours a week so that they have a bit of spending money through their school days, teach them how to deal with people and a bit of daily responsibility = exploitation.
    Another great analysis by CT Hater Angry Guy. (Don't feed the other troll)

    So based on this I would assume that if one were to stroll into say Subway on a Tuesday evening, we would find ZERO teens making food behind the counter? Walmart would not have any teens on the floor or running a cash till?
    Local gas station, fully staffed by adults? no teens to be found? Grocery stores, all adults, no teens?
    So that must mean that student unemployment rate in your City or Town is 100% because obviously offering them a job and a paycheque is exploitation.

    What planet do you live on?

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    You could and will go into CT's in a major City, and then head down the road to a small town, same stores, same items and the prices will differ.
    So, you can proof that, huh?

    Any examples of a specific product?

    Even one?

    Any explanation on why there's only ONE web site with only ONE price for a given item?

    Be sure and provide that proof, along with the report showing that Crappy Tire doesn't have higher prices than their competitors. Even ONE city on ONE day will do.

    Gee, the evidence just keeps piling up:

    - Crappy People refuse to show the price comparison their "team" prepares daily.
    - Crappy People can't show different product prices for different areas.
    - Crappy People can't show prices "fluctuating" over time.

    Nice job, Crappy People!

    Nice job exploiting students, too.

    Good job training them, LOL!

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    Assholes rules the roost at Canadian Tire, as evidenced by the first and second posts on this thread.
    To poster #1, I'd drop the pseudo-word "fucktard" from your vocabulary. It makes you sound like a moron and, if you ever used itr on me in person, you'd be lighter a few teeth after our encounter.
    I would drop "itr". It isn't even a word.

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    So, you can proof that, huh?

    Any examples of a specific product?

    Even one?

    Any explanation on why there's only ONE web site with only ONE price for a given item?

    Be sure and provide that proof, along with the report showing that Crappy Tire doesn't have higher prices than their competitors. Even ONE city on ONE day will do.

    Gee, the evidence just keeps piling up:

    - Crappy People refuse to show the price comparison their "team" prepares daily.
    - Crappy People can't show different product prices for different areas.
    - Crappy People can't show prices "fluctuating" over time.

    Nice job, Crappy People!

    Nice job exploiting students, too.

    Good job training them, LOL!
    Actually. Never been a CT employee, so, I can't speak for CT but I know for a fact other large 'hardware' retailers definitely do. Happens more than you think. They'll never do it on large items. They will definitely vary on smaller ones.

    Just sayin'

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    I would drop "itr". It isn't even a word.
    pretty low

    scouring old posts looking for typo's to criticize

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    pretty low

    scouring old posts looking for typo's to criticize
    instead you should scour old business results looking for things to criticize. Like say, something that happened 30 years ago for example.

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    instead you should scour old business results looking for things to criticize. Like say, something that happened 30 years ago for example.
    you know, every time i start to forget about that disasterous venture into the u.s. market, some ct'er posts a news story about a u.s. retailer who isn't doing so well.

    the irony of it all just brings back those happy memories of ct dealers losing their shirts, and the corporation losing tens of millions.

    and i just have to share the joy!

    well, you seem less than joyful about it, lol!

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    The brands Canadians trust most - Yahoo! Canada Finance

    Ummmm....one of Canada's most trusted brands yet again. Kind of puts faker advocate's opinion in perspective, yet again.

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    I really like the out-pouring of negative sentiment in response to Ellen Roseman's May article:

    Roseman: Canadian Tire service needs a shake-up - moneyville.ca Blogs

    Or the similar out-cry to her September article:

    How to get a refund from Canadian Tire - moneyville.ca Blogs

    Consumer have a lot to say ... but Crappy ain't listenin'

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