Danier Leather stores liquidating as retailer starts winding down

Store closing sales start Tuesday at the remaining Danier Leather stores and outlets in Canada.
Danier is currently liquidating its inventory at its remaining 76 stores across Canada. (Ryan Remiorz/Canadian Press)

Store closing sales start Tuesday at the remaining Danier Leather stores and outlets in Canada.

The retailer entered insolvency proceedings last month as it attempted to find a buyer.

The liquidators say in addition to their current inventory, the stores are receiving new shipments from warehouses.

The store fixtures, furniture and equipment are also for sale.

The company began insolvency proceedings last month, saying at the time that it hoped to find a buyer. But that apparently hasn't happened as all 76 stores of the chain across Canada are set to close in the coming days and weeks.

Gift cards will be honoured at all closing locations.

With files from CBC News

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