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PHOTO: the Sears sign comes down at the Eaton Centre

PHOTO: the Sears sign comes down at the Eaton Centre
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Last month, Sears emptied out its flagship store at the Eaton Centre. Now, even the signs are coming down. A couple guys stripped the mall’s facade of its familiar, slightly slanted letters, leaving a heap of man-sized consonants lying on the cold, cold concrete—and leaving us to wonder, once again, why we’re moved by the demise of a store whose main source of foot traffic was people trying to exit the mall.

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