List of Recently Closed Staples Store Locations in Canada

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This week, various media sources reported that 15 Canadian Staples stores have recently closed. However, they don’t mention which locations. Yesterday, Interstratics Consultants Inc. compiled a list of recently closed Staples stores, based on its own internal research.

The list is based on a comparison between a Staples Canada store list from January 5, 2014, and what is currently featured on the company’s website. Intertratics notes that there are now 20 less stores on Staples’ website, drawing the conclusion that they may have closed this year.

Here’s a list of of those 20 locations: 

Brampton, ON1250 Steeles Avenue East6
St. Catharines, ON185 Bunting Road13
Laval, QC3055, boulevard Le Carrefour24
Scarborough, ON1936 McCowan Rd28
Hamilton, ON2444 Barton Street East33
Brossard, QC6555, boulevard Taschereau35
Whitby, ON1615 Dundas St. East44
Kitchener, ON150 Gateway Park Drive83
Scarborough, ON4711 Steeles Ave East175
Montréal-Nord, QC10651, boulevard Pie-IX213
North York, ON5095 Yonge Street Unit 3 (Empress Walk)214
Burnaby, BC4561 Kingsway Ave.216
Nepean, ON1821 Robertson Rd.294
Victoria, BC747 Fort Street Ste No. 100313
Peterborough, ON1154 Chemong Rd. Unit N3319
Westbank, BC300-3021 Louie Drive327
Port Colbourne, ON45 West Side Road, St#4329
Parry Sound, ON70 Joseph St. Unit 200331
West Saint John, NB30 Plaza Avenue, Unit 8425
Selkirk, MN1026 Manitoba Avenue449

Of these, 12 are in Ontario, 3 in Quebec, 3 in BC, and one each in Manitoba and New Brunswick. Staples continues to operate in excess of 300 Canadian locations. 

Thank you Alex Arifuzzaman for directing us to this report by Intertratics Consultants Inc

Article Author

Craig Patterson
Located in Toronto, Craig is the Editor-in-Chief of Retail Insider and President/CEO of Retail Insider Media Ltd. He is also a retail analyst and consultant, Director of Applied Research at the University of Alberta School of Retailing in Edmonton, and consultant to the Retail Council of Canada. 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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  1. Staples "customer care" is an oxymoron. I foresee many more closures due to too many poor shared experiences. Bad word of mouth advertising is boding well for them.


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