ABOUT MARK’S & L’ÉQUIPEUR
Mark’s/L’Équipeur is a Canadian casual and industrial apparel and footwear retailer. With 385 stores operating across the country, the company has solidified its place in the retail market as Canada’s number one men’s casual apparel and footwear destination.
Mark’s/L’Équipeur is a member of the Canadian Tire Family of Companies. For more information, please visit http://corp.canadiantire.ca/EN/
Ready for This
Mark’s/L’Équipeur is committed to outfitting Canadians with the confidence to look and feel their best for life in Canada.
Mark’s/L’Équipeur carries all the apparel necessary for the job of being Canadian. From outerwear, an extensive denim collection, industrial, casual wear and more, Mark’s aims to keep customers ready for life in Canada.
The first Mark’s Work Wearhouse store opened August 14, 1977 in Calgary, AB as an industrial accessories retailer. With early success, the company expanded rapidly going public in 1981. Mark’s Work Wearhouse was purchased by Canadian Tire Corporation for $116 million in 2002.
Over the last 30 years, the company has grown into the number one men’s casual and industrial apparel and footwear retailer in Canada. Rebranding as Mark’s/L’Équipeur in 2012, the company now operates 385 stores across the country featuring a full range of men’s and women’s casual and functional apparel and outerwear.
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Mark’s/L’Équipeur is proud to support Canadian Tire Jumpstart as its charity of choice. Jumpstart is a nationally registered charity helping kids across Canada with financial barriers take part in organized sport and activity. Since its inception in 2005, Jumpstart has helped over 700,000 kids get in the game. For more information, please visit http://jumpstart.canadiantire.ca/en/
Mark’s/L’Équipeur is also proud to work alongside Canadian Tire Corporation in supporting the Power of Sport. Mark’s currently works with the following organizations:
MLSE: Maple leafs, TFC, Marlies
Capital Sports and Entertainment (Ottawa Senators)
Canadian Football League