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Blockbuster closing 11 of 19 Manitoba stores

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Of the 19 Blockbuster stores in Manitoba, 11 are slated to close. Ten of them are in Winnipeg, leaving six left open in the city.

The list of Manitoba Blockbuster stores set to close are:

Brandon

- First Victoria Mall, 510 First St.

Winnipeg

- Pembina & Dalhousie, 2696 Pembina Hwy.
- Chartier Centre, 570 Portage Ave.
- Main & Mountain, 1190 Main St.
- Westwood & Portage, 497 Westwood Dr.
- Tyndall Market, 850 Keewatin St.
- Grant Park Shopping Centre, 1120 Grant Ave.   
- Kenaston Common — 1649 Kenaston Blvd.
- Charleswood Centre, 3900 Grant Ave.
- Southglen Shopping Centre - 730 St. Anne’s Rd.
- Reenders Square, 11 Reenders Dr.

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