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    Is that all you got? Really? 4 analysts out of how many whose opinions change like the weather and matter even less today. How pathetic.
    Umm, that adds up to 8, not 4 (hint: you can use a calculator if it's too difficult. No one was watching you).
    And yeah, I'll go with that rather than a faker advocate and ALL of his knowledge...LOL!
    Yep, I see the pathos quite clearly as does anyone else reading your posts.

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    I'm a busy mom of 3 and I'm excited about Targets coming into town. It would be nice to see what they could do what Zellers couldn't. I've been there every now and then and it's practicaly dead inside. Theres more staff than there are shoppers and you could literally hear crickets chirping.

    Right now we're turned off by Canadian Tire. My husband no longer goes there as there's too much hassle involved with the store and the managers there are jerks when it comes to returns with a receipt. Forget about even bringing in your car to them!

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    I'm a busy mom of 3 and I'm excited about Targets coming into town. It would be nice to see what they could do what Zellers couldn't. I've been there every now and then and it's practicaly dead inside. Theres more staff than there are shoppers and you could literally hear crickets chirping.

    Right now we're turned off by Canadian Tire. My husband no longer goes there as there's too much hassle involved with the store and the managers there are jerks when it comes to returns with a receipt. Forget about even bringing in your car to them!
    I second that as I had a major issue with my car service. I called the customer hotline and all they did was tell me that they're sorry to hear that and take it up with the store as there is nothing they can do. Bad repair job and a big bill!

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    Is that all you got? Really? 4 analysts out of how many whose opinions change like the weather and matter even less today. How pathetic.
    Great idea lets talk pathetic

    Which one of you loser consumer advocates tried to convince us, and consumers that investing in Home Depot and Costco was a better idea then investing in Canadian Tire? That ladies and gentleman was pathetic - haven't heard a thing since the long term stock prices have been shown.

    Dealer millionaires, wealthy Martha Billes.... all information that you've called us liars on, proven with facts and figures in the last 7 days. consumer advocate fakers had a bad week on here and resorted back to Simonize pressure washers lol

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    I second that as I had a major issue with my car service. I called the customer hotline and all they did was tell me that they're sorry to hear that and take it up with the store as there is nothing they can do. Bad repair job and a big bill!
    Same here. You know there's somethign wrong when even the head office can't explain why the store won't accept returns of unopened packages and refund my money. I passed on their (stupid) advice, which is to drive around the city, from Crappy Tires to Crappy Tires hoping that one would accept the item I'm trying to return. Like I have that much free time. We use the CT flyers to line the bird cage with.

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    Lots of one-side views, too bad the truth lies somewhere in between the post and what really happened.
    Unless, of course, just fake posts, absent of any details.
    Makes you wonder.

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    Ticker Watch: Canadian Top Losers: (TSE: CTC.TO), (TSE: ANV.TO), (TSE: NG.TO), (TSE: YRI.TO), (TSE: SLW.TO)

    "Canadian Top Losers: (TSE: CTC.TO) ... Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited (TSE: CTC): fell by 3.90% or $-2.66/share to $65.50."

    I sure do feel sorry for anybody who took the advise of the Crappy People & bought some shares last week, LOL!

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    "Canadian Top Losers: (TSE: CTC.TO) ... Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited (TSE: CTC): fell by 3.90% or $-2.66/share to $65.50."
    Ouch!

    And just after that big one-day drop, too, when they borrowed a cool billion for their "all-cash" purchase!

    And we thought these Crappy Tire people were angry before!

    Oh, wait: I'm a 'faker' so you don't have to believe anything I post! "LOL Hilarious".

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    Keep pegging stock prices one day at a time, let me know how your investment portfolio does hahahhaa

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    CT wannabe millionaire douche bag wants to compare wallet size now. Last time I looked there's a big red giant coming up this way. Better put on your US A game before you get stepped on lol. Oh never mind, look who I'm talking too lol. Better to short this stock.

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