Apple Stores Start Reopening in Canada Today, Ontario and Quebec Locations Remain Closed
Apple Stores in Canada will begin reopening their doors to the public today, starting with six locations in the Vancouver area, one in Winnipeg, and one in Halifax. Enhanced health and safety measures will be in place, such as social distancing and reduced operating hours. Apple is also requiring that all employees and customers wear a face covering while inside the store and will provide one to customers who do not bring one.
The following locations will reopen today, most at 11 a.m. local time:
- Apple Pacific Centre in Vancouver
- Apple Oakridge Centre in Vancouver
- Apple Coquitlam Centre in Coquitlam
- Apple Richmond Centre in Richmond
- Apple Metrotown in Burnaby
- Apple Guildford Town Centre in Surrey
- Apple Halifax Shopping Centre in Halifax
- Apple Polo Park in Winnipeg
Apple's four stores in Alberta will follow on Thursday:
- Apple Chinook Centre in Calgary
- Apple Market Mall in Calgary
- Apple West Edmonton Mall in Edmonton
- Apple Southgate Centre in Edmonton
Apple Stores across Ontario and Quebec remain closed for the time being.
In a letter to customers this week, Apple said that it looks at all available data before deciding to reopen a store, including local cases, near and long‑term trends, and guidance from national and local health officials. Apple also said that it would not rule out the possibility of closing a store again should local conditions warrant.
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Quebec has a couple of stores in Montreal with street access, but I don't think Quebec is allowing most retailers to open until next week regardless of their location.