List of shopping malls in Canada

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This article is a list of notable shopping malls in Canada by province.

Canada's first indoor mall was the Lister Block, originally opened in 1852, in Hamilton, Ontario.[1] The Lister Block was destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1924.[2] In 2011 the building was completely rebuilt.[3]

Opened in 1949, the first shopping mall in Canada is the Norgate shopping centre in Saint-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec, which is a strip mall. The first enclosed shopping mall is the Park Royal Shopping Centre in West Vancouver, British Columbia, which opened a year later, in 1950. As of May 2017, there are 3,742 enclosed and strip malls in Canada larger than 40,000 square feet.[4]






Medicine Hat[edit]

Red Deer[edit]

St. Albert[edit]

Sherwood Park[edit]

British Columbia[edit]

Greater Vancouver[edit]

Vancouver Island[edit]

Fraser Valley[edit]

British Columbia Interior[edit]


New Brunswick[edit]

Newfoundland and Labrador[edit]

Nova Scotia[edit]


Central Ontario[edit]

Eastern Ontario (except Ottawa)[edit]

Golden Horseshoe (except Toronto)[edit]

Northern Ontario[edit]


Southwestern Ontario[edit]


Prince Edward Island[edit]


Gatineau area[edit]


Greater Montreal (excluding Montreal)[edit]

Quebec City area[edit]

Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean and Mauricie[edit]

Sherbrooke area and Central Quebec[edit]


Northwest Territories[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Lister's Legacy". The Hamilton Spectator. Retrieved 2016-09-24.
  2. ^ "1852: Lister Chambers opens at Hamilton's James and King William streets". The Hamilton Spectator. Retrieved 2016-09-24.
  3. ^ Bell, Ashleigh. "Bringing Back the Block – The Story of Hamilton's Iconic Lister Building". Tourism Hamilton. Retrieved 2016-09-24.
  4. ^ Kopun, Francine (6 May 2017). "How neighbourhood malls are struggling to survive". The Toronto Star. Retrieved 6 May 2017.
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  1. ^ Largest Mall in the world from 1981-2004. Currently 18th largest in the world and largest in North America