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Canadian apparel market - statistics & facts

Canada is home to a large apparel market and some of the most popular apparel brands worldwide such as Arc’teryx, Lululemon Athletica, and Hershel Supply Co. In 2016, the apparel market value amounted to approximately 25 billion U.S. dollars, a figure which is expected to reach around 327.5 billion dollars by 2020. As of 2019, the leading apparel retailers in Canada were Winners, Walmart, and The Bay. Among Canadian families, the average expenditure on clothing and accessories has remained stable in the past couple years at around 3,340 Canadian dollars annually.

Apparel manufacturing

The domestic textile, clothing, and leather product manufacturing industry in Canada has fluctuated in size since 2012, perhaps following the common trend of many developed countries outsourcing manufacturing to developing countries to keep costs low. The value of apparel imported to Canada has increased from around nine billion Canadian dollars in 2011 to nearly 14.4 billion Canadian dollars in 2019.

Apparel retail market

Clothing retail sales in Canada amounted to approximately 35.3 billion Canadian dollars in 2019, up from 26.5 billion Canadian dollars in 2012. Over the years, the retail sales of women’s, men’s, and children’s clothing has been consistently highest in the fourth quarter, most likely because of the holiday season.

H&M is a Swedish clothing retailer that has become increasingly popular in Canada, generating revenue of almost 756 million Canadian dollars in 2019, up from around 300 million in 2010. In Ontario alone, there are 43 H&M stores more than any other Canadian province. Although Reitmans, one of the most popular clothing retailers in Canada, is still the top women's apparel chain, its store count has seen a sharp decrease in the past several years, from nearly 1,000 locations in 2011 to 582 in 2020.

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Canadian apparel market - statistics & facts

Canada is home to a large apparel market and some of the most popular apparel brands worldwide such as Arc’teryx, Lululemon Athletica, and Hershel Supply Co. In 2016, the apparel market value amounted to approximately 25 billion U.S. dollars, a figure which is expected to reach around 327.5 billion dollars by 2020. As of 2019, the leading apparel retailers in Canada were Winners, Walmart, and The Bay. Among Canadian families, the average expenditure on clothing and accessories has remained stable in the past couple years at around 3,340 Canadian dollars annually.

Apparel manufacturing

The domestic textile, clothing, and leather product manufacturing industry in Canada has fluctuated in size since 2012, perhaps following the common trend of many developed countries outsourcing manufacturing to developing countries to keep costs low. The value of apparel imported to Canada has increased from around nine billion Canadian dollars in 2011 to nearly 14.4 billion Canadian dollars in 2019.

Apparel retail market

Clothing retail sales in Canada amounted to approximately 35.3 billion Canadian dollars in 2019, up from 26.5 billion Canadian dollars in 2012. Over the years, the retail sales of women’s, men’s, and children’s clothing has been consistently highest in the fourth quarter, most likely because of the holiday season.

H&M is a Swedish clothing retailer that has become increasingly popular in Canada, generating revenue of almost 756 million Canadian dollars in 2019, up from around 300 million in 2010. In Ontario alone, there are 43 H&M stores more than any other Canadian province. Although Reitmans, one of the most popular clothing retailers in Canada, is still the top women's apparel chain, its store count has seen a sharp decrease in the past several years, from nearly 1,000 locations in 2011 to 582 in 2020.

Interesting statistics

In the following 4 chapters, you will quickly find the 26 most important statistics relating to "Apparel market in Canada".

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