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QuickList: Sobeys, Foodland, IGA, Safeway store closures across Canada

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Sobeys, which is owned by parent company Empire Co. (TSX:EMP.A), announced Thursday that it will closing about 50 underperforming grocery stores across the country.

A company document obtained by The Canadian Press outlines which stores are scheduled to close and when the lights will go dark at each location. Some of the locations fall under the Sobeys brand, while others are IGA, Foodland Safeway and Cash & Carry stores.

Here's a list of 39 of the stores slated to close. The company declined to provide a full list of locations.

— Alberta

July 10

IGA — Edmonton.

July 31

Sobeys — Jasper 104 and Main Street stores in Edmonton; Deerpoint and Fairmount stores in Calgary; Scenic Square in Lethbridge; Pincher Creek; Camrose.

To Be Determined

Safeway — Park Meadows Mall in Lethbridge; Parkland Mall in Red Deer; Crescent Heights in Medicine Hat; Ogden in Calgary.

Sobeys — London Town and Douglas Square locations in Calgary; Heritage in Edmonton.

— British Columbia

July 31

Sobeys — Fort St. John.

— Manitoba

July 18

Cash & Carry — Thompson.

To Be Determined

IGA — Maples Garden Market, Winnipeg

Safeway — Steinbach; Shoppers Mall in Brandon; Stergeon and Ness, and Garden City stores in Winnipeg.

— New Brunswick

July 5

Foodland — Tracadie; Perth-Andover; Edmundston; Nashwaaksis.

Sobeys — St. Stephen.

— Nova Scotia

July 5

Foodland — Amherst.

— Ontario

June

Sobeys — Dundas and Main in Cambridge; Queenston and Nash in Hamilton; Bloor and Bathurst, and Front Street stores in Toronto.

Aug. 2

Sobeys — Taunton Rd. in Ajax; Woodchester in Mississauga.

Sept. 4

IGA — Dryden.

Sept. 6

Sobeys — Tecumesh in Windsor.

— Quebec

Already Closed

IGA — Pierrefonds.

— Saskatchewan

Sept. 25

Sobeys — Moosejaw; Prince Albert.

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