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Largest apparel retail chains in Canada by number of outlets 2016

Largest apparel retail chains in Canada as of June 2016, by number of outlets

Largest apparel retail chains in Canada by number of outlets 2016 This statistic shows the largest apparel retail chains in Canada as of June 2016, by number of outlets. Reitmans operated 329 outlets in Canada as of June 2016.
Apparel market in Canada - additional information

As of June 2016, Canada’s largest apparel retailer in terms of number of outlets was Mark’s with 380 stores. Mark’s is an apparel and footwear retailer specializing in casual and industrial wear and was founded by Mark Blumes in Calgary, Alberta in 1977. Today, Mark’s is owned by the Canadian Tire family.

Canada’s national statistics agency, Statistics Canada, found that the domestic market size of apparel manufacturing grew by more than two billion Canadian dollars between 2010 and 2014. Retail sales of clothing and clothing accessories stores also saw a positive trend during this time, exceeding 29 billion Canadian dollars in 2015.

As well as its own apparel manufacturing industry, Canada also imports textiles and apparel from its close neighbor, the United States. In 2015, the value of textile and apparel exports from the U.S. to Canada reached 5.2 billion U.S. dollars. Canada’s apparel manufacturing exports were on a much smaller scale for the same year – 1.29 billion Canadian dollars (around 1.1 billion U.S. dollars as of December 2014).

The consumer price index (CPI) of clothing in Canada decreased year-over-year until 2013 since its base value of 100 in 2002, meaning the average price a Canadian household paid for clothing fell each year during this time frame. By 2016, Canada’s clothing CPI reached to 84.1.

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This statistic shows the largest apparel retail chains in Canada as of June 2016, by number of outlets. Reitmans operated 329 outlets in Canada as of June 2016.
Apparel market in Canada - additional information

As of June 2016, Canada’s largest apparel retailer in terms of number of outlets was Mark’s with 380 stores. Mark’s is an apparel and footwear retailer specializing in casual and industrial wear and was founded by Mark Blumes in Calgary, Alberta in 1977. Today, Mark’s is owned by the Canadian Tire family.

Canada’s national statistics agency, Statistics Canada, found that the domestic market size of apparel manufacturing grew by more than two billion Canadian dollars between 2010 and 2014. Retail sales of clothing and clothing accessories stores also saw a positive trend during this time, exceeding 29 billion Canadian dollars in 2015.

As well as its own apparel manufacturing industry, Canada also imports textiles and apparel from its close neighbor, the United States. In 2015, the value of textile and apparel exports from the U.S. to Canada reached 5.2 billion U.S. dollars. Canada’s apparel manufacturing exports were on a much smaller scale for the same year – 1.29 billion Canadian dollars (around 1.1 billion U.S. dollars as of December 2014).

The consumer price index (CPI) of clothing in Canada decreased year-over-year until 2013 since its base value of 100 in 2002, meaning the average price a Canadian household paid for clothing fell each year during this time frame. By 2016, Canada’s clothing CPI reached to 84.1.

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