List of shopping malls in Canada

This article is a list of notable shopping malls in Canada by province.

Canada's first indoor mall was the Lister Block, originally opened in 1852, in Hamilton, Ontario.[1] The Lister Block was destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1924.[2] In 2011 the building was completely rebuilt.[3]

Opened in 1949, the first shopping mall in Canada is the Norgate shopping centre in Saint-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec, which is a strip mall. The first enclosed shopping mall is the Park Royal Shopping Centre in West Vancouver, British Columbia, which opened a year later, in 1950. As of May 2017, there are 3,742 enclosed and strip malls in Canada larger than 40,000 square feet.[4]

Alberta

Calgary

Edmonton

Hinton

Lethbridge

Medicine Hat

Red Deer

St. Albert

Sherwood Park

British Columbia

Greater Vancouver

Vancouver Island

Fraser Valley

British Columbia Interior

Manitoba

New Brunswick

Newfoundland and Labrador

Nova Scotia

Ontario

Central Ontario

Eastern Ontario (except Ottawa)

Golden Horseshoe (except Toronto)

Northern Ontario

Ottawa

Southwestern Ontario

Toronto

Prince Edward Island

Charlottetown

  • SmartCentres
  • Charlottetown Mall
  • Confederation Court Mall

Summerside

  • County Fair Mall

Quebec

Gatineau area

Montreal

Greater Montreal (excluding Montreal)

Quebec City area

Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean and Mauricie

Sherbrooke area and Central Quebec

Saskatchewan

Northwest Territories

See also

References

  1. "Lister's Legacy". The Hamilton Spectator. Retrieved 2016-09-24.
  2. "1852: Lister Chambers opens at Hamilton's James and King William streets". The Hamilton Spectator. Retrieved 2016-09-24.
  3. Bell, Ashleigh. "Bringing Back the Block – The Story of Hamilton's Iconic Lister Building". Tourism Hamilton. Retrieved 2016-09-24.
  4. Kopun, Francine (6 May 2017). "How neighbourhood malls are struggling to survive". The Toronto Star. Retrieved 6 May 2017.
  5. outletcollectionwinnipeg.com

Notes

  1. Largest Mall in the world from 1981-2004. Currently 18th largest in the world and largest in North America
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