Home Depot flyer Canada is the Home Depot’s Canadian subsidiary and one of the country’s leading home improvement businesses. The Canadian company has 182 locations and employs more than 28,000 workers. Home Depot Canada has locations in all 10 Canadian provinces and provides electronic service to the territories of Nunavut, the Northwest Territories, and the Yukon (Online Sales). Toronto is home to the Canadian headquarters.
The acquisition of Aikenhead’s Hardware resulted in the formation of the Canadian business. Home Depot’s management had a bold strategy to outnumber its largest rival, RONA, which has almost four times the number of locations. However, some RONA locations are smaller than the average Home Depot location. The Home Depot has more large box shops than RONA (not considering other Rona banners such as Réno-Dépôt or Cashway). Due to strong consolidation attempts by RONA, along with the loss of The Home Depot’s industrial supply section, HD Supply, in July 2007, RONA surpassed The Home Depot in overall retail sales in 2007. Lowe’s, which entered the Canadian market at the end of 2007, is currently competing with Home Depot; Lowe’s presently has 35 locations in Canada. Lowes bought RONA in 2016, bringing the company’s total store count to over 500.
The Home Depot weekly flyer is known simply as Home Depot in Quebec, where it has 22 locations (using English words but without the definite article “The”).
The Canadian operation is a member of the Retail Council of Canada’s optional Scanner Price Accuracy Code.
The Home Depot flyer, Inc., or simply Home Depot, is the nation’s biggest home improvement shop, selling tools, building materials, appliances, and services. The corporation is based in incorporated Cobb County, Georgia, with a postal address in Atlanta.
It has a large number of big-box shops throughout the United States (including the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands), Canada’s ten provinces, and Mexico’s 32 states and Mexico City. The Home Depot also owns MRO firm Interline Brands (formerly The Home Depot Pro), which has 70 distribution sites throughout the United States.