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Our policies and practices have been put in place to comply with the federal Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and any provincial privacy legislation.
Personal information can include a variety of information about an identifiable individual that is recorded in any form. However, information about individuals contained in the following records is not considered personal information: public telephone directories, where the subscriber can refuse to be listed; professional and business information contained in directories or business cards available to the public; certain public registries and court records; and certain other publicly available printed and electronic publications.
Our commitment to your privacy is based upon adherence to the following privacy principles.
Dollarama is responsible for all personal information under its control, including any personal information that is transferred to third parties for processing, storage or other purposes.
Dollarama will identify the purpose for which your personal information is collected. We will do this before or at the time the information is actually being collected.
Dollarama obtains your consent to collect, use or disclose personal information. The method of obtaining consent is appropriate to the type of personal information being collected, used or disclosed. We will obtain your express consent (verbal, written or electronic agreement) to collect, use or disclose sensitive personal information or personal financial information. Dollarama may use your implied consent where your express consent has previously been given.
Dollarama collects only the information required to provide products and services to you. If the personal information we require is collected for a reason other than to provide products and services, your consent will be obtained before or at the time the information is collected. Dollarama will collect personal information only by clear, fair and lawful means.
Dollarama uses and discloses your personal information only for the purposes for which it was collected. We do not share your personal information with third party organizations except in fulfillment of a product or service we are providing to you. If your personal information is shared with third parties, these third parties are bound by agreements with Dollarama to secure and protect the confidentiality of your personal information. Dollarama retains your personal information only as long as it is required for our business relationship or as required by federal and provincial laws. Dollarama does not sell or rent personal information to any organization or person for any reason.
Dollarama keeps your personal information which you provide to us up-to-date, accurate and relevant for its intended use. You may request access to the personal information we have on record in order to review and amend the information, as appropriate. In situations where your personal information has been provided by a third party, we may also refer you to that party. To access your personal information, refer to the “How to contact us” section below.
We take all appropriate steps to keep your personal information secure, regardless of the format in which it is held, including: physical security measures, electronic security measures, organizational security measures and contractual security measures.
At Dollarama, it is a priority to provide you with understandable and easily available information about our policy and practices related to management of your personal information. To contact us, refer to the “How to contact us” section below.
You can request access to your personal information stored by Dollarama. To contact us, refer to the “How to contact us” section below. Upon receiving such a request, Dollarama will inform you about what type of personal information we have on record or in our control, how it is used and to whom it may have been disclosed. We will also provide you with access to your information so you can review and verify its accuracy and request changes to the information, and make any necessary updates to your information.
Dollarama will respond in a timely manner to your questions, concerns and complaints about the privacy of your personal information and our privacy policies and procedures.
If your questions, concerns and complaints have not been resolved to your satisfaction or if you have further questions, you can contact Dollarama’s Privacy Officer by mail at:
5805 Royalmount Ave
Montréal, Québec H4P 0A1
Dollarama is proud of its company history. Today we are the country’s largest dollar store chain.
Below are a few key milestones in our company’s growth.
Salim Rossy opens his first S. Rossy Inc. store on Craig Street in Montreal, Quebec.
Salim’s 10 children become involved in the business and its operations gradually expand.
Salim’s son, George Rossy, succeeds his father as president and transitions the
model to a variety store similar in nature to the Woolworth chain. He leads the
Company until his death in 1973.
George’s son, Larry Rossy, assumes leadership of the Company. The chain has 20 stores. Between 1973 and 1992, Larry Rossy grows the S. Rossy Inc. network to 44 stores.
The first Dollarama store opens in April, 1992 in Matane, Quebec with all items offered
for $1. The company grows the store base by converting existing Rossy stores to the
Dollarama concept and opening new locations. The company opens its first store
outside Quebec – in Grand Falls, New Brunswick.
Dollarama opens its first store in Ontario.
Dollarama acquires 60 locations from a retail chain bankruptcy, dramatically expanding
the company’s presence in Ontario. Dollarama opens a new 356,675 square foot ware-
house facility in Montreal.
Dollarama expands into Western Canada – opening a store in Manitoba. The Company
also opens a new 269,950 square foot warehouse facility in Montreal.
Dollarama expands to 335 stores across six provinces. Private equity group Bain Capital L.P. purchases a majority stake in Dollarama.
Dollarama continues its expansion into Western Canada, opening its first stores in Alberta
With store openings in British Columbia and Newfoundland, Dollarama completes its
expansion to all ten provinces. Total store count rises to 463. A new 292,623 square
foot distribution centre is opened in Montreal.
Dollarama opens its new head office and a 325,000 square foot warehouse in Montreal.
Dollarama opens its 500th store in Ottawa, Ontario.
Dollarama successfully implements the introduction of three new price points:
$1.25, $1.50 and $2. The addition of the new price points allows the company to
exceed customers’ expectations of the quality and variety of products they can purchase
for $1 to $2. Dollarama becomes a public company on the 16th of October, trading its
stock on the TSX Stock Market under the ticker symbol DOL.
Dollarama celebrates the opening of its 700th store in Canada. Dollarama expands its product offering with the addition of two new price points bringing the total to 7. The introduction of the $2.50 and $3.00 price points further demonstrate the company’s commitment to providing its customers with greater product selection and value while enhancing the overall shopping experience.read more
Dollarama’s mission is simple: value for the customer. Our goal is to exceed our customers’ expectations of the quality and variety of products they can purchase for up to $3.
Headquartered in Montreal, Dollarama is the leading dollar store operator in Canada with over 900 locations in all 10 provinces.
We offer a broad range of quality consumer products and general merchandise for everyday use, in addition to seasonal products– all for $3 or less. Additionally, all of our stores are corporate-owned providing a consistent shopping experience nationwide.
At Dollarama, we are committed to serving the best interests of our shareholders. We seek to enhance shareholder value not only through exceptional business performance and practices, but also through responsible and effective communication. To help put Dollarama’s financial performance into perspective, our Investor relations section provides the latest company information relevant to the individual.
In 1992, the Dollarama business was founded by our CEO, Larry Rossy, a third generation retailer. We are the leading dollar store operator in Canada with 900 locations across the country. Our stores provide customers with compelling value in convenient locations, including metropolitan areas, mid-sized cities and small towns.
Dollarama aims to provide customers with a consistent shopping experience, offering a broad assortment of everyday consumer products, general merchandise and seasonal items. Products are sold in individual or multiple units at select fixed price points up to $3.00.