Canadian Shopping News: Sears Announces 59 Store Closings & Liquidation Sales Under Restructuring Plan


Sears Canada Store Closures Bankruptcy

Sears has announced a restructuring plan as they attempt to stay in business while filing or creditor protection.  Sears will cut around 2900 jobs including 500 office positions.  They will be closing 59 stores and will have liquidation sales at those stores.  Store closings include regular Sears department stores as well as Sears Home and Sears Outlet stores.

Sears Stores Closing

  • Medicine Hat, AB
  • Grande Prairie, AB
  • Lloydminster, AB
  • Red Deer Relocation, AB
  • Kamloops Aberdeen Mall, BC
  • Bathurst, NB.
  • Saint John, NB
  • Corner Brook, NL
  • Truro Mall, NS
  • Dartmouth, NS
  • Brockville, ON
  • Sault Ste. Marie, ON
  • Hull, QC
  • Chicoutimi, QC
  • St. Georges de Beauce, QC
  • Alma, QC
  • Drummondville, QC
  • Regina, SK
  • Moose Jaw, SK
  • Prince Albert, SK

Sears Hometown Stores Closing

  • Cold Lake, AB
  • St. Albert, AB
  • Okotoks, AB
  • Spruce Grove, AB
  • Ft. McMurray, AB
  • Leduc, AB
  • Sherwood Park, AB
  • Creston, BC
  • Sechelt, BC
  • Grand Forks, BC
  • Orangeville, ON
  • Rimouski, QC
  • Rouyn-Noranda, QC
  • Melville, SK

Sears Outlet Stores Closing

  • Abbotsford Retail, BC
  • Winnipeg Garden City, MB
  • Halifax Outlet, NS
  • Cornwall, ON
  • Chatham, ON
  • Cambridge, ON
  • Timmins, ON
  • St. Eustache, QC
  • Montreal Place Vertu, QC
  • Sorel, QC

Sears Home Stores Closing

  • Calgary, AB
  • Edmonton Skyview, AB
  • Ancaster, ON
  • Woodbridge, ON
  • London, ON
  • Scarborough, ON
  • Kingston, ON
  • Ottawa East, ON
  • Sudbury, ON
  • Windsor, ON
  • Orillia, ON
  • St. Bruno, QC
  • Laval, QC
  • Quebec City, QC
  • Ste. Foy, QC

It seems that Alberta will lose quite a few stores while Ontario loses the bulk of the Sears Home stores closing.  The timing of store closures will depend on the locations so best to check with them for updates.  Online sales from will continue and they will be honouring any returns/warranties in the mean time.  If you have an item you need to return, I would do it soon though!

When was the last time you actually shopped at Sears?


3 responses to “Canadian Shopping News: Sears Announces 59 Store Closings & Liquidation Sales Under Restructuring Plan”

  1. Dotty says:

    I just shopped there for the first time in a long time. To be honest, I was impressed with the merchandise! I bought two new bathing suits, plus make-up items and some gifts. I went in to buy some Canada Day merch, but they didn’t have any of our sizes. I checked online, but the amount of clothing didn’t qualify for free shipping so I didn’t order any…

  2. Christopher says:

    It’s a matter of time before the stores in the cities like Toronto etc close down. Sears is dead.

  3. Ciel says:

    Sears only has a pop-up store in downtown Toronto. The rest of the stores are in suburban malls.
    I was on the 2nd floor of the Hamilton (Lime Ridge) store on Wednesday. Since Kitchen Stuff Plus is no longer in the mall, this housewares dept. stands a chance of getting sales. Have not seen if main floor of fashions/cash area has changed since my last purchase in March. Will see on Tuesday if it’s still bowling ball land (empty) or not.

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