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  2. Home Hardware - Wikipedia

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    Home Hardware store brands are well known in Canada and include: Beauti-Tone (paint) Benchmark (tools) Builders Hardware (hinges, latches, etc.) HomePack (screws, nails etc.) Home Plumber Home Handyman Home Gardener HomeWorks Home Remodeling Software Home-Bond (glues) HomeWares (kitchenwares) Kuraidori (kitchen accessories) Natura (green products)

  3. Category:Hardware stores of Canada - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Hardware stores of Canada" The following 21 pages are in this category, out of 21 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ( learn more ). A Aikenhead's Hardware B Beaver Lumber BMR Group C Canadian Tire Castle Building Centres Group Central (home improvement store) D Dempsey Store E Eagle Hardware & Garden H

  4. The Home Depot - Wikipedia

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    A 480-page book Home Improvement 1-2-3 was published in 1995. The Canadian hardware chain Aikenhead's Hardware was acquired by The Home Depot in 1994 for $150 million with a 75% share. All of the Aikenhead's Hardware stores were later converted to The Home Depot stores. By 1995, sales reached $10 billion while operating 350 stores.

  5. Canada Cup (curling) - Wikipedia

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    The Canada Cup (branded as the Home Hardware Canada Cup for sponsorship reasons, and also referred to as the Canada Cup of Curling) is a major men's and women's curling championship in Canada. It is organized by Curling Canada and is one of its major events on its "Season of Champions".

  6. Beaver Lumber - Wikipedia

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    Beaver Lumber ( Castor Bricoleur in Quebec) was a Canadian building supply chain owned by Molson. It was once Canada's fourth largest building supply chain with 138 stores. In 2000 it was purchased by Home Hardware, a cooperative of over 1000 independent Canadian hardware stores. Beaver Lumber stores were rebranded as Home Building Centres. History

  7. List of defunct Canadian companies - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of defunct Canadian companies . Contents 1 Defunct companies, including acquired and merged ones 1.1 Aerospace 1.2 Airlines 1.3 Banking, finance and insurance 1.4 Computer hardware and software 1.5 Consumer retail, including grocery 1.6 Food and beverage 1.7 Mining and energy 1.8 Railways, commuter rail and steamship companies

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