MONTREAL — A weak Christmas season has forced two of Canada’s women’s clothing chains to seek court protection from creditors and another to lay off workers.
Cotton Ginny, a Toronto-based retailer of plus-size casual clothes that operates 300 stores under the banners Cotton Ginny and Tabi, has obtained court protection from creditors who are owed $30.4 million, including about $10 million to suppliers. All figures have been converted from Canadian dollars at current exchange rates.
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