Toys "R" Us (Asia) also licenses an additional 35 stores in the Philippines and Macau.
The Canadian retailer said it's opening its 56th store in Orleans, Ont. Tuesday and plans to have locations open later this year in Sudbury, Ont., Langford, B.C., Fredericton, and Toronto.
Toys "R" Us, the New Jersey-based toy retailer adored by children for almost 70 years, may file for bankruptcy protection as early as Monday just as the holiday season approaches, according to reports.
The company's operations outside the U.S. and Canada include about 255 licensed stores and joint partnerships in Asia, which are separate entities.
Like every other store, the Toys "R" Us near the Beaver Valley Mall in Center Township will remain open during this time.
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The company says it has received a $3 billion commitment from lenders to support operations during the bankruptcy.
There is now one Toys R Us store on Staten Island - located in New Springville.
The company said it would use the bankruptcy protection to restructure its $5 billion in debt and put into place new long-term strategies to cope with a challenging world for traditional retail models.
Right now, Toys "R" Us is owned by three companies - private equity firms Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Bain Capital, and real estate firm Vornado Realty Trust - that purchased it for about $6 billion in 2005. Toys "R" Us' large network of shops are seen as a burden as customers switch to online shopping.
Dave Brandon the CEO and Chairman of Toys "R" Us through a prepared statement said that Monday was a new era for the company where the recent financial constraints that hold the company back are going to be addressed in an effective and lasting way.
The company said the proceedings are a way for Toys "R" Us to work with its creditors on restructuring the debt beleaguering it.