Canadian Tire To Test Home Delivery by End of 2017

Slowly but surely, Canadian Tire is making their way into the e-commerce game, and this latest development of adding home delivery to their lineup is just one of the 30 new endeavours that they’ll be undertaking in the next year to remain competitive in the ever shifting industry, said CEO Stephen Wetmore.

Canadian Tire currently only offers click and collect at their retail locations, which has kept them somewhat in the dark ages when it comes to online commerce. What’s interesting is that their other banners, like Mark’s, Sport Chek, Atmosphere, and ProHockey Life, all offer online shopping. But that’s all going to change, says Wetmore, who plans to test at-home delivery by the end of 2017.

Wetmore also announced that the company will be adding a new credit card and loyalty program.

The details for when – a more importantly, where – the home delivery testing will begin has yet to be released, but keep checking back for updates as we will continue to follow this story as it develops in the next coming months.

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One response to “Canadian Tire To Test Home Delivery by End of 2017”

  1. GordN says:

    Pfhhht! Good luck. I tried ordering off their website using two different browsers two different computers two different operating systems and every time it failed to fill the country code field. Even iPhone failed. I called to place the order they said oh we can’t do that after the fifth email suggested calling customer service.


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