Canadian companies that have filed for creditor protection since COVID-19 pandemic

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TORONTO — A list of some of the companies that have taken steps under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act or Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act since the beginning of the pandemic: Oct. 23: Le Chateau Inc. (apparel retailer)Sept. 14: Mountain Equipment Co-operative (outdoor recreation retailer MEC
TORONTO — A list of some of the companies that have taken steps under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act or Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act since the beginning of the pandemic:

Oct. 23: Le Chateau Inc. (apparel retailer)

Sept. 14: Mountain Equipment Co-operative (outdoor recreation retailer MEC)

Sept. 8: Groupe Dynamite (Garage and Dynamite apparel retailer)

Sept. 8: Geox Canada Inc. (footwear retailer)

Sept. 4: Ernest Enterprises (Mtl) Ltd. (men's suits and leisurewear retailer)

Aug. 20: SFP Canada Ltd. (Papyrus, Carlton Cards, and Paper Destiny retail stores)

Aug. 17: TA Hotel Management Ltd. Partnership (food and accommodation owner of Vancouver's Trump International Hotel)

Aug. 5: Moores the Suit People Corp. (men's business clothing and formalwear retailer)

July 31: Chico's FAS Canada, Co.…
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