Roblow operates stores under different brands throughout Canada like Atlantic Superstore Flyer, but most of them are expected to be discarded later. Roblow is expected to face off rival Wal-Mart, and the current “Roblouse” and “Jesus” trademarks in Ontario will gradually change to “Real Canadian Superstore”, which Roblow is growing as its flagship brand. Chief executive Galen Weston (CEO) said that the few small to medium-sized and large “Roblouse” stores in Ottawa and Toronto, and the Jews store in Woodstock, remain intact. It announced that it will switch to a mart.

The following is a list of trademarks (stores) classified by Roblow’s trademarks.[1]

supermarket:
Atlantic Superstore Flyer (Marie Times)
Dominion Stores (Newfoundland and Labrador)
Real Canadian Superstore (Ontario and Western Canada)
Maxi from Quebec
“Large Grocery Store”:
Roblous (Toronto Region, London Region, Southeast Ontario Region, Ottawa and Quebec Region)
Provigo (Quebec, franchise store)
Geres (Southwest Ontario, excluding London and Collingwood)
Major franchise trademark
Atlantic Superstore (Atlantic Coast Region)
Fortinos (Hamilton and some outside Toronto)
SuperValu (Canada) (Western Canada)
Valu-mart from Ontario
Freshmart (Northern Ontario, Nova Scotia)
Your Independent Grocer (Ottawa Area)
Hard Discount
Extra Foods (western Canada, franchise store)
Maxi (Supermarket) (Quebec)
No Frills (Grocery Store)|No Frills (Ontario and Alberta, Franchise Store)
Wholesale brand:
Atlantic Cash & Carry (Atlantic Coast Region)
Entrepôts Presto (Quebec)
NG Cash & Carry (Ontario)
The Real Canadian Wholesale Club (Ontario, Western Canada, Nova Scotia)
Liquor, beverage
Real Canadian Liquorstore, Alberta
Disappeared trademark
Atlantic SuperValu (Atlantic Coast Region)
Econo-Mart (Western Canada)
OK Economy (Western Canada)
Shop Easy Foods (Western Canada)
Lucky Dollar Foods (Western Canada)