Red Deer Mayor Tara Veer and other local dignitaries helped Lowe’s with their official opening on Jan. 18, 2019. (File photo) Red Deer Mayor Tara Veer, and other local dignitaries, helped Lowe’s with their official opening on Jan. 18, 2019. (File photo)

Lowe’s in Red Deer stays open

34 store closures in Canada

Lowe’s in Red Deer was not among the six Alberta stores that will be closing early next year.

On Wednesday, Lowe’s Canada said following a strategic review of operations, 34 underperforming stores in Canada will close. They include 26 RONAs, six Lowe’s, and two Reno-Depots.

Alberta stores slated for closure include two in Calgary, and one each in Edmonton, Airdrie, St. Albert and Sherwood Park.


Lowe’s says they will close 34 underperforming stores across six provinces

Lowe’s closing 31 Canadian stores and other locations, 20 stores in U.S.

Lowe’s, a home improvement and hardware store, opened its store in Red Deer in 2018, with 128 permanent positions in additional to seasonal positions.

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