Canadian Tire Stores in Ontario Restricted to eCommerce and Curbside Pick Up

26

In accordance with new COVID-19 measures announced Friday by the Ontario government, Canadian Tire Corporation will limit its 203 Canadian Tire stores in the province to serving customers only through Curbside Pick Up or eCommerce home delivery. This will be effective from close of business on Saturday, April 4, for a minimum of 14 days. Canadian Tire Auto Service Centres and Gas+ locations in Ontario will continue to operate.

“We are committed to doing our part to help stop the spread of COVID-19. While Ontarians will not be permitted to shop in store, our customers will still be able to access many of the essential products they need online and can choose either Ship to Home or our newly launched Curbside Pick Up,” said Greg Hicks, President and CEO, Canadian Tire Corporation.

26 COMMENTS

  1. Funny how people are excited at stores closing. The ones that made the rule look at Ontario as Toronto and everything 1hr away. Sault doesn’t even exist to them.

  2. If Canadian Tire had implemented social distancing. This might not of happened. The safety of their staff and customers needed yo be addressed. Many people home garden, that is part of their grocery budget. So can understand trying to keep them open. Safety was ignored.

Comments are closed.