what are other websites like the bay canada etc??
- Rona LachatLv 73 years agoFavorite Answer
the bay canada Is a US Owned Corporation with things in Canada.
In July 2008 HBC was acquired by NRDC Equity Partners, who also owns U.S. luxury department store Lord & Taylor
Army & Navy Stores
The Bargain! Shop – discount stores (formerly the Canadian stores of F. W. Woolworth Company, a.k.a. Woolworth's)
Bed Bath & Beyond – home goods store, part of U.S giant Bed Bath & Beyond
Bowring Brothers – St. John's, NL, department store, also national home decor store chain
Canadian Tire – auto repair garage, hardware, home renovations, sports, garden centre, electronics, auto parts, furniture, food, housewares, towels; franchised stores with independent owners
Costco – US, warehouse superstore, food, electronics, furniture, clothing, car repair
Dollar Tree Canada (formerly Dollar Giant) – dollar store chain, founded in 2001, head office in Vancouver
Dollarama – Canada's largest dollar store chain
Giant Tiger / Tigre Géant – discount stores
The Gap / Retail Store
Holt Renfrew – high-end department store
Home Outfitters – home goods store, subsidiary of Hudsons Bay Company
HomeSense – discount home goods, Part of U.S giant TJX Companies
Hudson's Bay – department store owned by Hudson's Bay Company. Formerly called The Bay
Laliberté – Quebec City department store, founded in 1867
London Drugs – Western Canadian department store chain that sells personal care products, snacks, electronics, and computers
La Maison Ogilvy – high-end department store in Montreal
La Maison Simons – Department store founded in 1840. Stores in Québec, Ontario and Alberta.
Nordstrom – department store
The North West Company – retail, primarily northern and smaller towns
Rossy – discount store chain in Quebec and New Brunswick
Real Canadian Superstore - chain of grocery stores that also carry electronics, fashion, household items and have instore services such as pharmacies, wine shops, GoodLife Fitness locations and petrol stations. Located in most provinces in Canada.
Saks Fifth Avenue – department store
The Source – formerly Radio Shack
Stedmans V&S – discount stores
Taylor's – Quebec department store
Uniprix – retail
Value Village – thrift store, selling clothing housewares, books, misc.
Walmart Canada – part of US giant Walmart
Winners/Marshalls – part of US giant TJX Companies
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 73 years ago
Well, they're called websites, and there are lots of them. Most Canadian businesses have websites these days, in fact.
- ChucklesLv 73 years ago
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