The Body Shop Canada to close 33 stores, end online sales


The Body Shop Canada will close nearly a third of its stores and end online sales as it seeks creditor protection, the Canadian subsidiary of the U.K. beauty and cosmetics shop announced.

Earlier this month, the Body Shop International was acquired by a private equity firm and put into administration. At that time, the company told CBC News that its Canadian stores would not be impacted by the change.

CBC News has reached out to a spokesperson for more information.

The Body Shop Canada’s 105 stores across the country are still open for business, the company said.

The 33 locations that are closing will immediately start liquidation sales.

Here is a list of those stores:


Bayview Village (Toronto); Rideau Centre (Ottawa); Carlingwood Mall (Ottawa); Cataraqui Town Centre (Kingston); Lynden Park Mall (Brantford); Stone Road Mall (Guelph); Dufferin Mall (Toronto); The Shops at Don Mills (Toronto); Fairview Park Mall (Kitchener); Timmins Square (Timmins); Queen Street East (Toronto); Toronto Pearson Terminal 1 (Toronto); Lambton Mall (Sarnia); Place d’Orleans (Ottawa); Lansdowne Place (Peterborough)


Sunridge Mall (Calgary); Londonderry Mall (Edmonton); Lloyd Mall (Lloydminster); Medicine Hat Mall (Medicine Hat); Park Place (Lethbridge)


Cornwall Centre (Regina); Lawson Heights (Saskatoon); The Centre (Saskatoon); Midtown Plaza (Saskatoon)

British Columbia

Semiahmoo (White Rock); Hillside Shopping Centre (Victoria); Village Green (Vernon)

New Brunswick

McAllister Place (Saint John); Champlain Place (Dieppe)

Nova Scotia

Mayflower Mall (Sydney); Truro Mall (Truro)


Shoppers Mall (Brandon)

Newfoundland and Labrador

Corner Brook Plaza (Corner Brook)

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