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June 22, 2013






(June 22, 2013) Toronto, ON – Shoppers Drug Mart announced today an update on the status of store closures in Alberta as a result of the flooding and the recommended nearest alternate store. 


Store Closures:




Recommended nearest alternate store


Roxboro - 504 Elbow Drive SW


·         Lower Mount Royal - 815 17th Ave SW, Unit 100


Mission Commercial Development - 2412 4th Street SW


·         Lower Mount Royal - 815 17th Ave SW, Unit 100


Stampede Station - 1410 1st Street SE, Unit 115


·         Centre Street - 1323 Centre St. NW, Unit 100

TD Square - 317 7th Avenue SW, Unit T 100


·         Centre Street - 1323 Centre St. NW, Unit 100

Kensington - 1436 Kensington Road NW


·         Lower Mount Royal - 815 17th Ave SW, Unit 100

High River

High River - 30 3rd Avenue SW

·         Okotoks Retail Centre - 171 31 Southridge Drive, Okotoks



Shoppers Drug Mart will continue to update customers on the status of other stores in affected areas. Visit, under News and Announcements. For inquiries on store closure and store that remain open, please contact our customer service department at 1-800-746-7737.


Shoppers Drug Mart/Pharmaprix is supporting relief efforts to help those Alberta communities affected by the floods by making a donation to the Canadian Red Cross and by working with local stores to ensure supplies and prescription medications are available to those in need.  Customers and employees can donate their Shoppers Optimum Points towards this effort and Shoppers Drug Mart and its Associate-owners will match the donation with a cash and product value of up to $150,000.


“Our thoughts are with our customers and our Associate-owners and their employees who have been directly impacted by the flooding in Alberta,” said Mary-Alice Vuicic, Chief Administrative Officer and Executive Vice President, Shoppers Drug Mart. “By working together with the Canadian Red Cross and our local Associate-owners, we hope that we can help bring relief and aid to those impacted in the province.”


Between June 21 and July 19, 2013, Shoppers Optimum loyalty members can donate their points by visiting or


About Shoppers Drug Mart Corporation

Shoppers Drug Mart Corporation is one of the most recognized and trusted names in Canadian retailing. The Company is the licensor of full-service retail drug stores operating under the name Shoppers Drug Mart (Pharmaprix in Québec). With more than 1,240 Shoppers Drug Mart and Pharmaprix stores operating in prime locations in each province and two territories, the Company is one of the most convenient retailers in Canada. The Company also licenses or owns 59 medical clinic pharmacies operating under the name Shoppers Simply Pharmacy (Pharmaprix Simplement Santé in Québec) and six luxury beauty destinations operating as Murale. As well, the Company owns and operates 62 Shoppers Home Health Care stores, making it the largest Canadian retailer of home health care products and services. In addition to its retail store network, the Company owns Shoppers Drug Mart Specialty Health Network Inc., a provider of specialty drug distribution, pharmacy and comprehensive patient support services; and MediSystem Technologies Inc., a provider of pharmaceutical products and services to long-term care facilities.


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