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‘Many unfortunately were pushed over the edge’: Pandemic leads to exodus of downtown retail tenants

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COVID-19 pandemic and never returned.Army & Navy closed its five locations – including its flagship in Gastown – in May 2020, but reopened the New Westminster store for one final liquidation sale the next month.“The Army & Navy department store will always be in my heart,” owner Jacqui Cohen said at the time.An official press release stated that Army & Navy had hoped to reopen after shuttering its stores and temporarily laying off staff in March 2020, but the “economic challenges of COVID-19 have proven insurmountable.”Cohen told Global News the pandemic only exacerbated the sales hit from Amazon and online shopping.“It just became insurmountable that the company could continue.” Army and Navy, 101-year-old Canadian discount retailer, to.

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