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MARSHALLS OPENING 7 STORES TODAY, INCLUDING TORONTO FLAGSHIP

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Today off-price retailer Marshalls opens seven Canadian stores, including a 55,000 square foot Toronto flagship. Marshall’s has opened 14 Canadian stores since March 2011 and it will have 27 Canadian locations by the end of 2013. The company expects to open up to 100 Canadian stores in the next 10 years. 

For those unfamiliar, Marshalls is a larger-floorplate off-price retailer selling designer-brand fashions at reduced prices. This is opposed to retailers like H&M , for example, that sell discounted products (purpose-made inexpensive items). 

Marshalls is owned by American TJX Companies which also owns Canadian retailers Winners and HomeSense . Marshalls stores differentiate themselves from Winners by, among other things, carrying over 8,000 pairs of shoes per store. Marshalls has about 750 American stores in 42 states.

The seven Marshalls stores opening today include stores at the following locations: 

Toronto, Ontario: Yonge & Gerrard Streets

Hamilton, Ontario: Barton Street East

London, Ontario: Wonderland Road South at Wharncliffe

Markham, Ontario: McCowan Road at Bullock Drive

Mississauga, Ontario: Argentia Road, West of Winston Churchill

Winnipeg, Manitoba: Next to Polo Park Shopping Centre and

Vancouver, BC: Marine Drive at Ontario Street.

The Toronto store is located at the retail base of a residential condominium project called ‘Aura‘. The store is close to TJX-owned Winners, located at College Park. The store will be the first Canadian location to include ‘home decor’. Other Marshalls stores will include home decor departments starting this summer.

Marshalls Toronto store will be located at the base of the Aura Tower.

Marshalls will experience increased competition once Nordstrom Rack begins opening Canadian stores. Nordstrom Rack is expected to open between 12 and 15 Canadian locations. 

We’ll continue to update you on Marshalls’ Canadian expansion.

HAMILTON

BARTON STREET EAST, EAST OF OTTAWA

TORONTO

YONGE & GERRARD

LONDON

WONDERLAND RD. SOUTH AT WHARNCLIFFE

VANCOUVER

MARINE DRIVE & ONTARIO STREET

MARKHAM

McCOWAN RD. AT BULLOCK DR.

WINNIPEG

NEXT TO POLO PARK NORTH SHOPPING CENTRE

MISSISSAUGA NORTH

ARGENTIA RD., WEST OF WINSTON CHURCHILL

HAMILTON

BARTON STREET EAST, EAST OF OTTAWA

TORONTO

YONGE & GERRARD

LONDON

WONDERLAND RD. SOUTH AT WHARNCLIFFE

VANCOUVER

MARINE DRIVE & ONTARIO STREET

MARKHAM

McCOWAN RD. AT BULLOCK DR.

WINNIPEG

NEXT TO POLO PARK NORTH SHOPPING CENTRE

MISSISSAUGA NORTH

ARGENTIA RD., WEST OF WINSTON CHURCHILL

HAMILTON

BARTON STREET EAST, EAST OF OTTAWA

TORONTO

YONGE & GERRARD

LONDON

WONDERLAND RD. SOUTH AT WHARNCLIFFE

VANCOUVER

MARINE DRIVE & ONTARIO STREET

MARKHAM

McCOWAN RD. AT BULLOCK DR.

WINNIPEG

NEXT TO POLO PARK NORTH SHOPPING CENTRE

MISSISSAUGA NORTH

ARGENTIA RD., WEST OF WINSTON CHURCHILL

HAMILTON

BARTON STREET EAST, EAST OF OTTAWA

TORONTO

YONGE & GERRARD

LONDON

WONDERLAND RD. SOUTH AT WHARNCLIFFE

VANCOUVER

MARINE DRIVE & ONTARIO STREET

MARKHAM

McCOWAN RD. AT BULLOCK DR.

WINNIPEG

NEXT TO POLO PARK NORTH SHOPPING CENTRE

MISSISSAUGA NORTH

ARGENTIA RD., WEST OF WINSTON CHURCHILL

Article Author

Craig Patterson
Craig Patterson
Located in Toronto, Craig is the Publisher & CEO of Retail Insider Media Ltd. He is also a retail analyst and consultant, Advisor at the University of Alberta School Centre for Cities and Communities in Edmonton, former lawyer and a public speaker. He has studied the Canadian retail landscape for over 25 years and he holds Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws Degrees.

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