Major Canadian Supermarket Retailers

Canada Grocery Stores

A comprehensive list of major Canadian Retailers which includes both national and regional grocery outlets. What makes a retailer major is not only the size, but also the impact it has on the industry and its geographic region. This criteria opens the door to smaller yet impactful retailers to enter the list. We are doing our best to complete this list and to follow all entries with detailed information about the retail outlet. If you feel that some of the information is missing or inaccurate let us know and we will gladly review your comments.

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Cotsco – National (85 Stores)

Choices Markets – British Columbia, Vancouver (7 Stores)

Co-op Atlantic – National

Farm Boy – Eastern Ontario (14 Stores)

Foodex – Newfoundland, Labrador

Galati Fresh Market – Toronto (3 Stores)

H-mart – Asian Foods Market; Vancouver, Toronto (7 Stores)

Jim Pattinson Group 

  • Bulkley Valley Wholesale  – Alberta, British Columbia
  • Buy-Low Foods – 
  • Cooper’s Foods – Alberta, British Columbia
  • Nesters Market –
  • Overwaitea Foods – British Columbia (13 Stores)
  • Pricesmart Foods – British Columbia (16 Stores)
  • Save-on-Food – Alberta, British Columbia (28 Stores)
  • Urban Fare – Alberta, British Columbia

Loblaw Companies

  • Atlantic Cash & Carry 
  • Atlantic Superstore  – Nova Scotia (54 Stores)
  • Atlantic Supervalu
  • Axep
  • Bloor Street Market 
  • Dominion – Newfoundland (11 Stores)
  • Entrepots Presto 
  • Extra Foods – Western Canada (56 Stores) 
  • Fortinos – Ontario (21 Stores)
  • Fresh Mart – New Brunswick, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec (53 Stores)
  • L’intermarche 
  • Loblaws/Loblaw Great Food – Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec (70 Stores)
  • Lucky Dollar Foods 
  • Maxi/Maxi & Cie – Quebec
  • NG Cash & Carry 
  • No Frills –  Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador (200 Stores)
  • Provigo – Quebec (300 Stores)
  • Provigo the Market 
  • The Real Canadian – Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Yukon (112 stores)
  • The Real Canadian Wholesale Club – Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Saskatchewan (32 Stores)
  • Red & White Food Stores 
  • SaveEasy –  Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island (47 Stores)
  • Shop Easy Foods 
  • SuperValu – British Columbia
  • T&T – Alberta, British Columbia, Calgary (20 Stores)
  • Valu-Mart – Ontario (59 Stores)
  • Your Independent Grocer – Alberta, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Ontario (62 Stores)
  • Zehrs – Southern Ontario (43 Stores)
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Longo’s – Toronto (24 Stores)

M&M Meat Shops

Marche Fresh – Gatineau, Quebec (4 Stores)

Marketplace IGA – Quebec

Metro, Inc.Ontario, Quebec (277 Stores)

  • Food Basic – Ontario (117 Stores)
  • Les 5 Saisons
  • Marche Richelieu
  • Metro Plus – (89 Stores)
  • Super C – Quebec (80 Stores)
  • Supermarches GP 

Mike Dean’s Super Food Stores

The Northwest Company 

  • Northern – National (123 Stores)
  • NorthMart – National (7 Stores)
  • Quickstop – National (12 Stores)

Poulton’s

Rabba – Toronto

Quality Foods

Safeway, Inc.

Saskatoon Co-op – Saskatoon (4 Stores)

Sherwood Co-op

Sobey’s

  • Boinichoix
  • Food Town
  • Foodland – New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario (209 Stores)
  • Fresh Co – Ontario (83 Stores)
  • IGA/IGA Extra – Quebec
  • Price Chopper – Manitoba, Ontario (5 Stores)
  • Rachelle-Berry
  • Sobeys – Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan (288 Stores)
  • Thrifty Foods – British Columbia (29 Stores)
  • Tradition Markets
  • Target Grocery

Sunterra Market

Taiko Supermarkets

Thrifty Foods – British Columbia

Whole Foods Market – Vancouver, Ontario (6 Stores)

Zeller’s 

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