Walmart flyer Canada, located in Mississauga, Ontario, is Walmart’s Canadian subsidiary. It was created on March 17, 1994, when the F. W. Woolworth Company purchased the Woolco Canada business.

Giant Tiger, Home Hardware, Canadian Tire, Mark’s, Sport Chek, GameStop, Dollarama, Winners, HomeSense, Rossy, Staples Canada, and Michaels are just a few of Walmart Canada’s rivals and competitors. Walmart Canada has focused on expanding Supercentres from new or converted locations, offering groceries, putting them in competition with supermarket chains like Loblaws, Real Canadian Superstore, Atlantic Superstore, Your Independent Grocer, No Frills, Metro, Sobeys, Foodland, Thrifty Foods, Safeway, Save-On-Foods, Country Grocer, Fairway Markets, Quality Foods, Co-op, and others. Walmart is Canada’s second-largest retailer by revenue.

Except for Nunavut, Walmart Canada operated 408 locations as of October 31, 2021, comprising 343 supercentres and 65 discount stores in practically every province and territory. SmartCentres is Walmart Canada’s primary developer and landlord; other notable landlords include Riocan and First Capital Realty.

It is a signatory to the Retail Council of Canada’s voluntary Scanner Price Accuracy Code.

Walmart flyers Inexpensive Stores are discount department stores that range in size from 51,000 to 150,000 square feet (4,738.1 to 13,935.5 m2), with an average of 102,000 square feet (9,476.1 m2). They provide a variety of dry items as well as miscellaneous commodities. A garden centre, pharmacy, medical clinic, Tire & Lube Express, optical center, one-hour picture processing lab, mobile phone shop, and fast food outlet, generally McDonald’s, are all found at many of these businesses. Walmart Discount Stores provide a limited selection of food products, especially dry goods.
Following the success of Walmart in Canada and Walmart Supercenters in the United States, the Supercentre idea was unveiled in late 2005 in Canada. The first three Supercentres in Canada opened on November 8, 2006, in Ancaster, London, and Stouffville, Ontario. In September 2007, Alberta became the second jurisdiction to have Supercentres. The first Supercentre opened in Vancouver, British Columbia, in January 2009, at a former Costco/Price Club store that was later relocated to a bigger Burnaby location.

The size of Walmart weekly flyer Supercentres varies from 67,000 to 340,000 square feet (6,200 to 31,600 m2). Walmart Supercentres provide everything a Walmart Discount Store has, plus a full-service supermarket with meat and poultry, baked goods, delicatessen, frozen foods, dairy products, fresh vegetables, and seafood. Axess Law office, pharmacy, Tire & Lube Express, optical center, one-hour photo processing lab, portrait studio, clinic, and numerous alcove shops, such as cellular phone stores, hair and nail salons, video rental stores (including Redbox rental kiosks), local bank branches, and fast food outlets, are all found in many Walmart Supercenters. Walmart flyer Canada Bank applied for a banking license in 2008 in order to compete with other grocery shops in Canada, such as Loblaw. Walmart flyers Canada Bank was established on July 24, 2009, under the Bank Act of Canada. On May 17, 2018, Wal-Mart Canada announced that it has signed a formal deal to sell Wal-Mart Canada Bank to Stephen Smith, co-founder of First National, and Centerbridge Partners, L.P. for an undisclosed sum. Centerbridge Partners, L.P. and Stephen Smith stated on April 1, 2019, that the previously announced purchase of Wal-Mart Canada Bank had closed and that the bank will be renamed Duo Bank of Canada, to be branded simply as Duo Bank. Though exact ownership percentages were never disclosed in either company announcement, it has since been revealed that Duo Bank was reclassified from Schedule 2 (foreign-owned or -controlled, deposit-taking) to Schedule 1 (domestic, deposit-taking) federally chartered bank of the Bank Act in Canada, indicating that Stephen Smith, a well-known Canadian businessman, is in a controlling position.