Responds to Sears Canada CCAA Announcement

June 23, 2017 continues to operate as usual under TravelBrands Inc.


MISSISSAUGA – On June 22, 2017 Sears Canada Inc. (Sears Canada) announced that it had been granted an order from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (the CCAA)., operated and managed by TravelBrands Inc., wants to ensure its customers will not be affected by Sears Canada’s announcement.

“As far as our stakeholders are concerned, will continue operating as usual under TravelBrands Inc.,” says Daphne Sword, Managing Director – Sears Travel, TravelBrands. “With the exception of 10 stores affected by Sears Canada’s announcement, our customers will continue receiving the best services and travel deals possible.” plans on working very closely with Sears Canada to emerge from creditor protection as a financially stronger, more competitive organization that can meet consumer demands through digital and store-based solutions. values its customers and wants to ensure that no services will be disrupted during this period. customers’ Travel Dollars are protected by TICO, BCCPA and OPC. Consumers can continue booking their vacations, flights and more in-store, online or phone. For more information, please visit or .

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About TravelBrands Inc.:

TravelBrands is the largest independent travel company in Canada and includes 10 specialized brands. With offices from coast to coast and dedicated teams focusing on the various areas, TravelBrands is the most comprehensive one stop shop in the industry.

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