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COVID-19 Updates for Canada’s Retail and Real Estate Industry

Retailer and shopping center updates and announcements

A&W

As of Sunday, March 22, completely closing dining rooms and temporarily suspending takeout service at the majority of locations. 

Abercrombie & Fitch (Ambercrombie Kids, Hollister)

Temporarily closed stores. 

American Eagle Outfitters (Aerie)

Extending the temporary closure of all retail store locations across the U.S. and Canada. 

Aeropostale

Will close all Bluenotes, Aéropostale & Thriftys stores nationwide for 2 weeks. Stores will close end of day March 18th until April 1st.

AESOP

Stores are closed due to COVID-19.

All Saints

Stores around the world are currently closed.

ALDO

Store remain closed. Has filed for creditor protection.

American Eagle Outfitters

Extending the temporary closure of all retail store locations across the U.S. and Canada. 

Ann Taylor

Have extended the temporary store closures and will continue to reassess as information becomes available. 

Apple

Will be closing all of our retail stores outside of Greater China. 

Ardene

Stores are temporarily closed

Aritzia

Stores remain closed until further notice. 

Ascena Retail Group (Ann Taylor, LOFT, and Lou & Grey, Lane Bryant, Catherines and Cacique, Justice)

Stores remain closed

ASICS

Locations remain closed in the U.S. and Canada.

Atelier Cologne

Temporarily close all retail stores across Canada until further notice. 

Aveda

Locations temporarily closed. 

Bass Pro and Cabela's

Locations are offering free curbside pick-up. limiting our store capacity to accommodate 50 customers or less at one time.

Bath & Body Works

Temporarily closing all locations. 

Bed, Bath & Beyond (BuyBuy Baby)

Stores remain closed until further notice.

Best Buy

Beginning Sunday, March 22, will offer contactless curbside service at all locations across the country where state or local laws allow. Rather than ask you to come into our stores, any items you order on BestBuy.com or the Best Buy app will be delivered to your car curbside.

Bikini Village

Boutiques are temporarily closed
 

Billibong

Closing retail stores in some countries around the world including the United States and Western Europe. 

Bluenotes

Will close all Bluenotes, Aéropostale & Thriftys stores nationwide for 2 weeks. Stores will close end of day March 18th until April 1st.

BonLook

All stores closed until May 21.  

Burberry

Stores are temporarily closed. 

Canada Goose

Will close all stores in North America and Europe as well as our production facilities across Canada, for at least a two week period, starting on Tuesday March 17th.

Canadian Tire

Continuing to serve our communities in this time of need.

Chico’s 

Stores remain closed across North America. 

Claire's

Stores are temporarily closed

Clinique

Locations temporarily closed

Coach

Stores remain closed until further notice.

Columbia Sportswear Company

To protect the health and safety of consumers, employees, and communities, stores in North America will close from Monday March 16. We expect these stores to remain closed through Friday March 27.

Cineplex

Based on the publicly stated guidance from multiple public health authorities, including recent government directives and the escalating dangers of community spread, Cineplex is temporarily closing its network of entertainment venues. This includes the closure of all locations of The Rec Room and Playdium, as well as the entire circuit of 165 theatres across Canada through to April 2, 2020.

DANIER

Stores remain closed.

David's Tea

Temporarily close all of our North American retail locations until further notice. ​

Decathalon

Temporarily closed. 

Diesel

Have temporarily closed all retail locations in the US and Canada until further notice. 

Desigual

Stores remain closed until further notice.

DSW

Some stores have begun to reopen across the U.S. and Canada. 

Ecco

Stores remain closed across North America.

Ecksand

Due to the new health measures that have been obliged by the province of Quebec, Ecksand is temporarily closing our boutique, atelier, and headquarters until April 14th.

Eddie Bauer

Stores will remain temporarily closed through April 26. 

Ermenegildo Zegna 

Closed all retail stores (Harry Rosen, Ermenegildo Zegna and The Outlet) until March 31.

Estée Lauder

Temporarily closed. 

Farm Boy

Remaining open.

Fido

Most retail locations are closed until April 14. Some locations across Canada will remain open and operate under reduced business hours. 

Foot Locker, Inc. (Foot Locker, Champ Sports, Footaction)

Stores in North America remain closed.

Forever 21

Stores closed until further notice. 

Fossil

Closing all Fossil and Fossil Outlet stores in North America through March 28th. While stores are closed, employees will be compensated for their hours through March 28th. 

Frank & Oak

Temporary closure of retail locations. Stores have been closed since March 18th, 2020 and will remain closed until further notice.

Garage

Stores are temporarily closed. 

Giant Tiger

Stores remain open, but may have reduced hours of operation.

GNC

Rolled out curbside pickup to provide solutions while maintaining social distancing.

Godiva

Temporarily close boutiques and Cafés in North America.

Goodlife Fitness

Locations remain closed.

Guess

Stores throughout the U.S. and Canada will remain closed until further notice. 

H&M

Close all retail locations in the United States until April 2, 2020 or until further notice.

Harry Rosen

Closed all retail stores (Harry Rosen, Ermenegildo Zegna and The Outlet) until March 31.

HH

Will temporarily close all retail and warehouse locations in and Canada and the U.S.

Holt Renfrew

Stores remain closed.

HomeSense

Temporarily closing all stores globally as of March 19, 2020 for the next two weeks in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia. The Company is also temporarily closing its online businesses tjmaxx.com, marshalls.com and sierra.com during this time, as well as its distribution and fulfillment centers. 

Hudson's Bay

Stores remain closed until further notice.

Hugo Boss

Temporarily closed a large part of its own retail stores as well as many points-of-sale at important partners in Europe and North America. 

IKEA

IKEA has decided to temporarily suspend its store Click & Collect pick-up service across Canada, effective at end of business day on Wednesday, March 25th.

Indigo Books & Music

Stores remain closed.

Johnston & Murphy

Will continue to keep all stores closed until further notice.

Journeys

Stores across North America will remain closed until it is safe to reopen. 

Kenneth Cole

Temporarily closed. 

Kit and Ace

Temporarily closed. 

L Brands (Victoria's Secret, Pink, Bath & Body Works)

Some locations can reopen. Will provide reusable or disposable masks to all associates who require one. Will continue to monitor state requirements for other locations and developing guidance to meet those requirements. 

La Vie en Rose

Stores remain closed.


Lemongrass House 

Temporarily closed. 

LensCrafters

Temporarily closed until further notice. 

Levi Strauss & Co

Stores remain closed until further notice.

London Drugs

Starting March 25th, Healthcare workers and First Responders will have exclusive store access 8-9 pm Monday to Saturday, 7–8 pm Sunday

L'Oreal Canada

Temporarily closed. 

L’Occitane

Temporarily close boutiques for a two-week period.

Louis Vuitton

We have temporarily closed all our Canada stores. 

Lowe's

Temporarily reducing hours and closing all stores at 8:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and at 7 p.m. on Sunday. Have committed more than $100 million to support our associates and communities during this unprecedented time. 

Lululemon

Stores remain closed.

Mark's

Will temporarily close stores from March 19 April 2.

Maison Birks

Temporarily close all Maison Birks stores

Marshalls

Temporarily closing all stores globally as of March 19, 2020 for the next two weeks in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia. The Company is also temporarily closing its online businesses tjmaxx.com, marshalls.com and sierra.com during this time, as well as its distribution and fulfillment centers. 

McNally Robinson

Closed to the public. 

Michael Kors

Decided to close all stores in North America effective March 18, 2020 through April 10, 2020. 

Michaels Companies Inc.

Implementing curbside pickup and introducing out same-day contactless delivery for orders placed at select stores prior to 1:00 p.m. 

Moncler

Temporarily closed. 

Moores 

Temporarily closed. 

MUJI

Closing its brick and mortar stores.

Nature's Emporium's

Contactless shopping and free home delivery for seniors.  All locations open one hour earlier (Monday-Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m) to seniors and customers at-risk of COVID-19 can shop. 

Nike 

Stores will remain temporarily closed in multiple countries around the world. 

Nordstrom (Nordstrom Rack)

Reopened stores at selected locations.

Pizza Nova

Stores remain open with regular hours for contactless delivery and takeout at all stores.

Purdys

Temporarily close all 84 Purdys shops across Canada to further protect our customers and Purdys team. Purdys shops will be closed effective March 17th to March 31st, 2020 at which time the situation will be reassessed.

Reitmans (Penningtons, Addition Elle, Thyme, RW&CO.)

Reopened some stores. Filing for protection under the CCAA.

Reno-Depot

Temporary reduction of its opening hours in Canada. Starting Monday, March 23, all Lowe’s, RONA and Reno-Depot corporate stores across the country will close at 6 p.m. This will provide additional flexibility for our dedicated associates, and increase time for essential product replenishment as well as thorough cleaning and disinfection of our stores daily. 

Rexall

Temporarily adjusting store hours beginning March 20. Condensed opening hours will enable Rexall store team members with more time to sanitize, restock, rest, and take time for self-care. Rexall stores will now close no later than 8:00 pm from Monday to Friday and no later than 6:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday.

RONA

Temporary reduction of its opening hours in Canada. Starting Monday, March 23, all Lowe’s, RONA and Reno-Depot corporate stores across the country will close at 6 p.m. This will provide additional flexibility for our dedicated associates, and increase time for essential product replenishment as well as thorough cleaning and disinfection of our stores daily. 

Roots Canada

Temporarily closing stores. 

Rudsak

Temporarily closed stores across North America until further notice. 

Safeway

Enhanced safety measures in recent weeks.

Sephora

Closing all of retail stores in the US and Canada and implement remote working for employees in our corporate offices from 5pm local time tomorrow (Tuesday, March 17) through Friday, April 3. 

Shoppers Drug Mart

To make sure our stores are well stocked and sanitized, and to give our Employees a well deserved break, they are adjusting store hours.

Sierra

Temporarily closing all stores globally as of March 19, 2020 for the next two weeks in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia. The Company is also temporarily closing its online businesses tjmaxx.com, marshalls.com and sierra.com during this time, as well as its distribution and fulfillment centers. ​

Simons

Closing all store locations in Canada for an indefinite period. 

Smartwool

Implemented a company-wide work-from-home policy. 

Sobey's

Temporarily adjusting hours from 8AM to 8PM.

Sporting Life

Made the decision to temporarily close all stores until further notice. 

Sportschek

Will temporarily close stores from March 19 April 2.

Sunglass Hut

Retails store are temporarily closed until further notice. 

Tailored Brands (Moores Clothing) 

Store reopening in the U.S., but reviewing plans to open Men stores in Canada.

The Body Shop

Closing retail stores across North America beginning Monday, March 16 until at least Friday, March 27. The Body Shop store employees will continue to receive pay for all hours scheduled for that time period. 

The Gap (Old Navy, Banana Republic, Athleta, Hill City)

Prepares to open up to 800 stores before the end of May.

The Home Depot Canada

Temporarily adjusting store hours to better serve customers and communities in response to COVID-19. Stores now close daily at 6 p.m., while opening hours will remain unchanged.

The Outlet

Closed all retail stores (Harry Rosen, Ermenegildo Zegna and The Outlet) until March 31.

Tip Top Tailors

All of our locations are temporary closed until further notice.

TJ Maxx

Will reopen stores and e-commerce websites with health and safety remaining a very important consideration.

UGG
Stores in North America and Europe will be temporarily closed until further notice. 

Under Armor 

Extension of current store closures until further notice.

UNIQLO

Temporarily closing all retail stores nationwide. 

UNTUCKit

Select locations have reopened. By appointment. 

Urban Outfitters (Anthroplogie, Free People Terrain, BHLDN,The Vetri Group)

Stores remain closed. 

Vans "Off the Wall"

Stores remain closed in the U.S. and Canada.

Versace

Decided to close all of stores in North America effective March 18, 2020 through April 10, 2020.

Victoria's Secret

Temporarily closed all locations. 

Walmart

Reduced hours of operation. Online Grocery Pickup and Delivery services are not affected by this change and operation hours will remain the same. The stores will be open to seniors, the disabled and those with vulnerable health conditions from 7-8am on weekdays only.

Warby Parker

Starting May 14, will reopen a small number of stores where a safe shopping experience can be ensured.

White House Black Market

Announced the temporary immediate closure of all retail stores across North America for the next two weeks to protect customers, associates and the communities in which they live and work. 

Williams-Sonoma (Pottery Barn PB/Apartment pottery barn kids Pottery Barn Teen west elm Rejuvenation Mark & Graham)

Temporarily closing stores in North America between March 17 through April 16. 

Winners

Temporarily closing all stores globally as of March 19, 2020 for the next two weeks in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia. The Company is also temporarily closing its online businesses tjmaxx.com, marshalls.com and sierra.com during this time, as well as its distribution and fulfillment centers. 

Zara

Some stores have reopened, but some stores will remain closed. 

Zumiez

Stores remain closed

Aberdeen Centre: Richmond, British Columbia

Following the Provincial Health Officer's March 17 declaration of a public health emergency, the centre announced that, effective March 18, hours would be reduced to Mon.-Sat. 11 am-7 pm and Sun. 11 am-6 pm, through the end of March, subject to evaluation. Retailers and restaurants may operate outside of these hours. Customers are adviced to call before visiting specific restaurants or merchants. In addition, the food court seating area will be temporarily closed, though customers may to order take-outs . Although access to the mall remains unchanged, all promotional events and community programs scheduled for March and April have been suspended.

Avalon Mall: St. John's, Newfoundland

Temporarily reduced hours to Mon.-Sat., 11 am-7 pm, Sun. noon-5 pm.


Bayview Village: Toronto, Ontario

Updating its 3/13 guidelines, the centre announced 4/2 that it will remain temporarily closed until further notice except for select essential services. 

Cadillac Fairview portfolio: Nationwide

Announced 5/1 that CF Polo Park would reopen that day. The remainder of its shopping centre portfolio remains closed as per respective provincial governments, with essential retailers and services such as pharmacies, grocery stores, banks and food services remaining open. 

Carlingwood Mall: Ottawa, Ontario

In compliance with a 5/1 order of Ontario's Chief Medical Officer, the provincial government has issued a new emergency order to prohibit organized public events and social gatherings of more than five people, effective immediately. This order replaces a previous emergency order which prohibits organized public events of over 50 people. The centre urges those doing essential shopping to practice physical distancing, reduce exposure to other people, and avoid close contact (within 2 metres) with people outside of one's immediate families.​

Exploits Valley Mall: Grand Falls-Windsor, Newfoundland

Temporarily reduced hours to Mon. -Wed., 11 am - 5:30 pm, Thurs.- Fri. 11 am-7 pm, Sat. 11 am - 5 pm, Sunday 1 pm. - 5 pm. Owing to the fluidity of the situation, these hours may be modified with little notice. Customers are urged to check with individual retailers as hours may vary. Updated COVID-19 information is posted on the centre's Facebook page.​

Grant Park Shopping Centre: Winnipeg, Manitoba 

Beginning May 4, many businesses within the mall cleared by the Government have the option of reopening. Not all will immediately. Further updates will be provided as more businesses reopen. Hours of operation may differ from the mall’s as well.

Guildford Town Centre: Surrey, British Columbia

As of March 16, the mall announced that tenants had the option of reducing store hours to Mon.-Sat., 11am-7pm, Sun. 11 am-5pm. Some store hours may vary and other retailers have elected to close temporarily. Retailers should be contacted directly for specific store hours and closures. Measures have been implemented to safeguard the health of employees, shoppers and the community.

Ivanhoé Cambridge portfolio: Nationwide

Announced 4/13 that, complying with directives from the government of Ontario, its shopping centres in the province will remain closed to the public until further  notice, except for access to essential services. On the same day, the company announced that Outlet Collection Winnipeg in Manitoba will be closed until further notice from the provincial government of Manitoba. These announcements followed a similar closing announcements for the company’s centres in Quebec and Alberta. ​

Kildonan Place: Winnipeg, Manitoba 

Posted reopening dates for non-critical tenants on its website, ranging from May 4 through 18. Hours: noon-7 PM (Mon.-Fri.), noon-6 PM (Sat.-Sun.). However, shoppers are urged to contact individual retailers for hours and operating status. The centre has also posted a list of safe visiting guidelines and measures it is taking to ensure safety for visitors, staff, tenants, and community.

Labrador Mall: Labrador City, Newfoundland

Reduced hours to Mon.-Fri., 11 am-5:30 pm, Sat.-Sun., 11 am-5 pm.

Lansdowne Centre: Richmond, British Columbia

Has offered tenants the option of reducing store hours to 11 AM – 6 PM daily. Some retailers have chosen to temporarily close. Customers are encouraged to contact retailers directly to confirm store hours. In accordance with the BC public health advisory, all public events and community activities have been suspended or postponed until May 30. 

Les Galeries de Hull: Gatineau, Quebec 

Announced that the mall is temporarily closed in compliance with directives of the Quebec government. Essential stores and services that remain open include Banque Scotia, Marché Wakim and Pharmaprix. 

McAllister Place: St. John, New Brunswick

Announced that nonessential businesses would reopen May 13. Under Phase 2 of New Brunswick's COVID-19 reopening plan, many businesses within the centre can reopen, but not all will immediately. At this time, no  information on these is available. Visitors are urged to follow the centre on social media or return to the Web site for a a complete list. Reduced hours:  11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-5 PM (Sun.)

Metropolis at Metrotown: Burnaby, British Columbia

As of March 16, the mall announced that tenants had the option of reducing store hours to Mon.-Sat., 11am-7pm, Sun. 11 am-5pm. Some store hours may vary and other retailers have elected to close temporarily. Retailers should be contacted directly for specific store hours and closures. ​

Oxford Properties: Nationwide

Released a statement announcing that retailers may reduce store operating hours to 11am – 7pm effective from March 16. Although retailers have this option, centres will remain open 10am-9pm. Up-to-date operating hours for retailers will be listed on centre websites.​

Pine Centre Mall: Prince George, British Columbia

Announced that it has changed food court operations to take out until further notice. Guests may order from open food vendors but are asked to leave the area immediately after receiving their orders. Also, as of March 17, the mall has offered tenants the option of reducing hours to 11 am-6 pm Mon.-Sat., 11 am-5 pm Sun. until further notice. These measures are in addition to others announced earlier, including intensified cleaning, additional hand sanitizers, and health and safety best practices.

Regent Mall: Fredericton, New Brunswick

As of May 13, many non-essential businesses within the mall were cleared by the Government to reopen. Not all will immediately. Hours: 11 am – 7 pm (Mon.-Sat.), noon-5 PM (Sunday).

RioCan Centres portfolio: Nationwide

Announced that it will reopen properties in selected territories beginning with Quebec and Manitoba starting May 4. Simultaneously, it announced a curbside collect program and other protocols for ensuring customer, employee and community safety.

Scarborough Town Centre: Scarborough, Ontario

Announced that, following the provincial government's April 14 updated emergency order, the mall would extend its suspension of hours effective. This follows an initial centre closing date of March 24. During this time, essential stores  will remain open and operational (with modifications to curbside pick-up only as required by the Emergency Order). 

SmartCentres REIT portfolio: Nationwide

Implemented  enhanced cleaning and sanitization throughout centres.

Square One: Mississauga, Ontario

Announced that, following the provincial government's May 11 updated emergency order, the mall would extend its suspension of hours effective that day, staying in effect until June 2, with the possibility of an extension as the situation evolves. This follows the centre's initial March 24 closure. During this time, essential stores  will remain open and operational (with modifications to curbside pick-up only as required by the Emergency Order). 

Upper Canada Mall: Newmarket, Ontario

Announced March 24, following  the order of the Government of Ontario on March 23, that the mall would close for the next 14 days. (That closure might be extended as the situation evolves.) During this time, stores deemed essential will remain open and operational.

West Edmonton Mall: Edmonton, Alberta

Announced on April 24 a curbside pickup program, posting a list of participating retailers and the associated curbside pickup entrance. The mall urges contacting each retailer individually for guidance on ordering products and the pickup process. Regular store hours may change, and pickup is dependent on retailer availability.

Yorkdale Shopping Centre: Toronto, Ontario

On April 30, the mall posted a list of its restaurants open for takeout and delivery. This followed a March 24 announcement that the mall would temporarily close effective 11:59 pm, on March 24. During this time, stores deemed essential will remain open and operational (with some modifications to curbside pickup only as required by the Emergency Order) to ensure the community has access to essential services.

Canadian government updates and mandates

As this situation is rapidly evolving, we encourage you to visit the web pages of the province government that you are researching or to contact your officials or local government agencies.

Click the province or territory below for updates.

Alberta
British Columbia
Manitoba
New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia

Nunavut
Ontario
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Saskatchewan
Yukon

Additional information

May 20: Prime Minister Trudeau announced an expansion to the eligibility criteria for the Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) to include many owner-operated small businesses.

May 15: Prime Minister Trudeau says the 75 % federal wage subsidy program is being expanded by three months, to the end of August to assist employers as they look to reopen their businesses. The government is also expanding the eligibility for the financial aid program and is spending $450 million on temporary wage assistance for medical researchers.

May 11: The Prime Minister has announced additional support for businesses through the Large Employer Emergency Financing Facility (LEEFF). 

May 8: The government has released an updated backgrounder on their supports to businesses. The document highlights that:

  • as of May 6, 2020, 7.72 million Canadians have accessed the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), and $28.82 billion in benefits have been paid out.
  • since the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) launched last week, employers have applied for subsidies for over 1.7 million workers.
  • as of May 7, 564,000 applicants have been approved for Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) for a total of $21.8 billion in cumulative funds disbursed. 

Alberta

May 5: The province has released the details of its Alberta's Relaunch Strategy, a staged process to rollback public health measures.

British Columbia

May 6: Premier Horgan announced B.C.’s Restart Plan, under which the government will work closely with public health officials, businesses and labour organizations to lift restrictions in phases.

Manitoba

April 22: Premier Brian Pallister has announced that the Manitoba government is providing up to $120 million to support Manitoba’s small and medium-sized businesses that are facing significant challenges. The Manitoba Gap Protection Program (MGPP) is available to any of the approximately 120,000 businesses in Manitoba who have fallen into a gap in failing to qualify for the various federal government assistance programs and wage subsidies created because of COVID-19. 

New Brunswick

May 8: Premier Higgs announced that the province’s COVID-19 recovery plan has transitioned to the next phase. Phase 2, also designated as Orange level, includes the resumption of elective surgeries and the reopening of businesses and activities while working to prevent a resurgence of transmission.

Newfoundland and Labrador

April 30: A reopening plan will see Newfoundland and Labrador loosen some public health restrictions on May 11 – as long as COVID-19 indicators remain steady.

Northwest Territories

April 30: All non-essential businesses remain closed. Officials said COVID-19 restrictions in the territory are expected to continue for at least another month.

Nova Scotia

May 2: The province announced the easing of some public health restrictions around COVID-19. A phased plan to further lift public health restrictions is under development. 

Nunavut

April 29: Nunavut has not announced any plans to reopen its economy. All non-essential businesses remain closed. As of April 27, there were no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the territory.

Ontario

May 8: The Ontario government highlighted the support it has rolled out for businesses as it prepares for the implementation of its Framework for Reopening our Province. Premier Ford also announced that more businesses can reopen and offer curbside pickup in the coming days.

Prince Edward Island

May 7: The province announced additional investments to support essential workers, small businesses, and the fishing and aquaculture industries as the province moves into its renewal phase of the pandemic. This includes a wage top-up for certain essential workers, support to help businesses ensure the health and safety of their staff and customers and new programs to help impacted fishers. 

Quebec

May 4: Premier Legault announced that the planned reopening of certain businesses in the Montreal metropolitan area will be delayed by a week, to May 18.

Saskatchewan

May 6:  Premier Moe announced a $7.5 billion, two-year capital plan to stimulate Saskatchewan’s economic recovery. The $7.5 billion in infrastructure funding represents a $2.0 billion increase over the government’s existing capital plan.  

Yukon

April 24: Yukon's state of emergency public health orders remain in effect. Chief medical officer Dr. Brendan Hanley said that the process of developing a reopening plan for the territory is underway but won't be available for several weeks.