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Giant Tiger will open a new store in Saint John, N.B., in early November.

Giant Tiger Opening New Store in Saint John

Discount retailer Giant Tiger will open a new store in Saint John, N.B., in early November.

A grand opening is scheduled for November 4 at the 16,677-square-foot property located at 88 Consumers Drive, the retailer announced in a news release.

In conjunction with the opening, store owner Owen Perkins will make a charitable donation to Read Saint John, a non-profit organization that provides free and confidential one-on-one tutoring to adults in the Greater Saint John area.

Based in Ottawa, Giant Tiger is a private, family-owned retailer and franchisor that has more than 260 location across Canada. The company says it employs more than 10,000 “team members.” Each store is locally owned by a team member who knows the community.

The Saint John opening continues a series of expansions for Giant Tiger. Earlier this month, the retailer opened its fourth location in London, Ont.

In September, Giant Tiger opened a 20,000-sf location in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. In May, the company set up shop in Huntsville, Ont.


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