Featured offers in this Canadian Tire flyer valid 2/5-2/11/2016: $4.99 - $7.49 Frank All Purpose Reusable Cloths, 60-pk; $8.79 Assorted Insulated Hero Mugs, 16-oz; $7.69 Outdoor Garbage Bags, 100-pk; … [Read more...]
Featured offers in this Canadian Tire flyer valid 1/29-2/4/2016: $99.99 Hoover WindTunnel 2 High Capacity Bagless Upright Vacuum; $5.74 - $13.49 Block Heater Cord; $17.99 ea Castrol GTX Conventional … [Read more...]
Featured offers in this Canadian Tire flyer valid 1/22-1/28/2016: $1.00 each Frank Heavy-Duty Scour Pads, 6-pk; $2.00 Mastercraft Power Bits, 5-pc; $4.00 each Cashmere Quilted Double Bathroom Tissue, … [Read more...]
Featured offers in this Canadian Tire flyer valid 15/1-21/1/2016: $24.99 - $26.99 Reflex Ice Wiper Blades; $1.99 Boot Tray, Black; $8.49 Gracious Living Clear Tote with Wheels, 80L; $19.99 MotoMaster … [Read more...]
Featured offers in this Canadian Tire flyer valid 1/8-1/14/2016: $19.99 Mastercraft Screwdriver Set, 80-pc; $15.99 SmartStraps Heavy Duty Ratchet Tie Down, 4-pack; $9.99 Sifto Safe Step Xtreme Ice … [Read more...]
Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited is a Canadian retail company. Retail operations include Canadian Tire, the core retail and automotive service operation, Canadian Tire Petroleum, men’s, women’s, and work apparel retailer Mark’s Work Wearhouse, FGL, and PartSource, retailing auto parts and accessories. Its head office is in Toronto, Ontario.
The retailer is known for its Canadian Tire money, a loyalty program first introduced in 1958.
On September 15, 1922, John William Billes and Alfred Jackson Billes invested their combined savings of $1,800 in The Hamilton Tire and Garage Ltd (established in 1909 as the Hamilton Garage and Rubber Company) in Toronto.
Hamilton Tire & Garage was sold in 1923 and the Billes brothers moved several times before they settled their site at 639 Yonge Street.
In 1934, the first official associate store opened in Hamilton, Ontario. In 1937, Canadian Tire moved into the new Main store at 837 Yonge Street, after completing extensive alterations to what once was the Grand Central Market. This location remains as an associate store in the chain today. The first Canadian Tire catalogue consisted of a price list in the format of a 24″ × 10″ folder. Sent in 1926 to car owners in Southern Ontario, this initial price sheet folder heralded the beginning of the Mail Order Department at Canadian Tire. Since then, the company has grown to over 487 stores.
Certain merchandise items are branded specifically for Canadian Tire. The most recognized of these are Mastercraft, SuperCycle (bicycles), BluePlanet (eco-friendly household cleaners, CFL bulbs and other green items), Likewise (general household items such as lighting/electrical products and hardware) Motomaster (tires, batteries and other automotive goods), all of which are made in China.
If you are interested in knowing more about the company, its statements, products, and special offers or discounts, please visit www.canadiantire.ca.
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