Home Depot Canada is the Canadian unit of Home Depot and one of the top home improvement stores Canada's. 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 territorial Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon through electronic means (Online Sales). The Canadian head office is located in Toronto.
Canadian unit was created with the purchase of Aikenhead's hardware.
Home Depot management has an ambitious plan for its biggest competitor,
RONA, which has about four times as many stores overtake. But some of
the stores RONA's smaller than the typical Home Depot store. In terms of
big box stores, the Home Depot has more stores than RONA, (not
including other Rona banners such as Reno warehouse or Cashway). From
2007, RONA moved to the Home Depot in total retail sales, due to
aggressive consolidation efforts by RONA, combined with the loss of
industrial supply division The Home Depot's HD Supply, in July 2007. The
Home Depot now faces competition from Lowe's as they in the Canadian
market effectively shifted the end of 2007; Lowe's now has 35 stores in
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