Fairview Pointe-Claire, also called Fairview Centre (or Centre Fairview in French), is one of the biggest super regional shopping malls on the island of Montreal with about 1,000,000 square feet (92,900 m2) spread on two levels of shopping space. It is located in the city of Pointe-Claire at the intersection of Trans-Canada Highway and Saint-Jean Boulevard.
1970: Eaton's drops the apostrophe and becomes Eaton in Quebec.
1972: Simpson's in turn becomes Simpsons.
1981: Simpsons is renamed Simpson in Quebec.
1984: Fairview Pointe-Claire is extensively renovated as a two-level shopping mall modeled after sister mall Les Promenades Saint-Bruno. A food court is added. A new the Bay store is supposed to open in the mall but the project is cancelled.
1989: Simpsons becomes the Bay.
1991: Pascal closes.
1992: Steinberg is rebranded as Metro. A new Sears opens at CIBC's former space. Adventure Electronics occupies the old Pascal space, but only its first floor.
1994: Woolworth and TD Bank close. Ashbrooks shortly replaces the former Woolworth space.
1999: Eaton closes in late August after a closing sale.
2000: Sears moves to Eaton's former space while Super C closes down. Les Ailes de la Mode department store is slated to open where Sears once stood.
2001: Les Ailes de la Mode department chain goes into financial trouble and cancel its plans to open up a store in the mall. This leave Winners, HomeSense, Renaud-Bray, Old Navy, and Sports Experts/Atmosphere, and Starbucks Coffee to open up into Sears' original location. The fountain at the middle of the mall is also officially closed.