Snack stores in Canada could close soon, says government

A grocery store chain in Canada is considering closing the doors of its stores in the coming weeks.

The Munchies said on Tuesday it is closing all its Canadian stores, and it is considering selling some of its goods.

In a statement, the company said it is working to get all its goods into the hands of customers.

In an email, it said it has been in discussions with the federal government about the possibility of closing stores.

Munchys is the second Canadian chain to announce a plan to close in the last few months.

The grocery chain announced last month it would close its stores by the end of the year.

The Munchie chain, which sells food at stores across the country, was founded in Ontario by Mike and Kathy Hulme.

Its stores sell snacks and frozen food, but also some food from restaurants, as well as a wide variety of other foods.

It has more than 1,000 stores across Canada.

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