Home Depot weekly flyer and ⭐ catalog Canada

The Home Depot flyer is an American home improvement, hardware, DIY and building materials retailer. It is the world’s leading DIY retailer, followed by Lowe’s and OBI GmbH & Co. Deutschland KG, operating more than 2,114 stores, 355,000 employees, and with a presence in the United States (including all 50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Islas Virgenes and Guam), the 10 provinces of Canada and the 32 states of Mexico. Previously, it had a presence in China, Chile, Argentina and Peru. It is based, the Atlanta Store Support Center, in Cobb County, Georgia, near Atlanta.

Home Depot flyers Canada is the Canadian unit of Home Depot and one of Canada’s leading home improvement retailers. The Canadian operation consists of 182 stores and employs more than 28,000 people in Canada. Home Depot Canada has stores in all ten Canadian provinces and serves the Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon Territory through online sales. The head office of its Canadian operation is in Toronto.

The Canadian unit was created with the purchase of Aikenhead’s Hardware. This subsidiary had an ambitious plan to surpass its largest competitor, RONA, which has approximately four times as many stores in that country. However, some of RONA’s stores are smaller than your typical Home Depot. As for larger stores, Home Depot has more stores than RONA (not including other Rona formats such as Réno Dépôt or Cashway). As of 2007, RONA outperformed The Home Depot in total retail sales, due to RONA’s aggressive consolidation efforts, combined with the loss of The Home Depot’s industrial supply division, HD Supply, in July 2007. Subsequently The Home Depot would also face competition from Lowe’s, as they entered the Canadian market in late 2007; Lowe’s at that time had 35 outlets in Canada. In 2016, RONA was bought by Lowe’s, bringing the total number of its competitor’s stores to more than 500 units.

In Quebec, where it has 22 stores, The Home Depot flyer is simply branded “Home Depot” (removing the distinctive “The” in English).