Region: Canada
Category: Consumer Goods & Retailing

Canada Consumer Goods & Retailing

(571 reports matching your criteria)
  • Specialty Food Stores in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ... consumers have reached for differentiated goods that aren't sold at standard retail and grocery outlets. These products sell at premium prices, and the combination of increasingly health-conscious consumers and disposable income growth has allowed retailers ... Read More

  • Pet Stores in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ... remained popular home companions. High pet ownership rates and an increasing number of pet parents, those that treat their pets as family members, have supported demand for industry products. A rise in pet ownership and ... Read More

  • Home Improvement Stores in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ... and do-it-yourself customers (DIY). Industry players offer a broad range of products aimed at improving existing structures and constructing new ones. While the industry is heavily reliant on the health of the overall economy, industry ... Read More

  • Cabinet & Vanity Manufacturing in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ... Significant increases in housing starts and residential renovation expenditure in 2021 resulted in revenue rising 15.8% during the year, boosting industry revenue overall. However, the industry has contended with substantial challenges, as falling housing starts ... Read More

  • Hardware Stores in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ... products, leading to a high level of price-based competition among the many small hardware stores. The industry has floundered over much of the five years to 2023 because of a mediocre housing market and boosting ... Read More

  • Small Specialty Retail Stores in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ... tobacco, art supplies, candles and trophies, has experienced strong revenue growth over the five years to 2023. Upon its legalization in 2018, the recreational cannabis market has experienced strong expansion, leading to exceptional industry revenue ... Read More

  • Canada Sunglasses

    ... travel-induced recovery in 2022. Additionally, consumers had curtailed discretionary spending due to rising living costs. However, the tide turned in early 2024 with decreases in inflation, enabling increased discretionary spending by consumers. Moreover, a surge ... Read More

  • Canada Eyewear

    ... partly by pandemic-induced factors as consumers caught up on delayed purchases and upgraded their eyewear for returning to workplaces, it also witnessed subdued performance in sunglasses and reading glasses due to consumer belt-tightening amidst high ... Read More

  • Canada Spectacles

    ... out-of-home activities after public COVID-19 safety measures were rolled back in 2022. Increased immigration also has been supporting growth in 2024. Reading glasses have been experiencing a resurgence after a dip in 2023, as consumers ... Read More

  • Canada Contact Lenses and Solutions

    ... activities following the rollback of COVID-19 safety measures by Canadian governments in 2022. Price increases contribute to value growth, although inflationary pressures have been muted due to intense competition within the Canadian market. Additionally, a ... Read More

  • Canada Cigars, Cigarillos and Smoking Tobacco

    ... interest in pairing cigars with craft beverages, such as whiskey and craft beer. This trend is not only about the flavours but also the social aspect of cigar smoking. Cigar lounges and clubs are still ... Read More

  • Canada Cigarettes

    ... manufacturing industry marks part of the ongoing downward trajectory in traditional cigarette manufacturing. Restrictions continue to be tightened, with the introduction of new regulations which would put health warnings on individual cigarettes, not just on ... Read More

  • Canada Smokeless Tobacco, E-Vapour Products and Heated Tobacco

    ... products have declined by up to 70% in this region following the introduction of these restrictions. This has triggered the closure of many vape stores due to reduced consumption, especially since flavourless products can be ... Read More

  • Canada Tobacco

    ... in 2023 with restrictions tightening further, including the requirement of health warnings on each cigarette stick from August 2024. E-vapour products have also been impacted by the introduction of excise taxes and a ban on ... Read More

  • Department Stores in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ... and e-commerce sites. Department stores sell a wide range of general merchandise, including apparel, cosmetics, home furnishings, appliances and toys. Supercentres offer similar merchandise, along with groceries. Consumers are increasingly opting to make purchases at ... Read More

  • Canada AI CCTV Market by Component (Hardware and Software), by Camera Type (Dome Cameras, Bullet Cameras, and Box Cameras), by Deployment (Cloud-Based and On-Premise), and End User (Commercial, Residential, and Industrial)–Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2024–2030

    ... Forecast, 2024–2030 Canada AI CCTV market size was valued at USD 509.8 million in 2023 and is predicted to reach USD 2782 million by 2030, with a CAGR of 25.4% from 2024 to 2030. Adoption ... Read More

  • Canada Traditional Toys and Games

    ... Categories like games and puzzles, which experienced a surge in demand during the pandemic, witnessed a return to pre-pandemic levels as consumers adjusted their purchasing behaviour. However, amidst this decline, certain categories stood out with ... Read More

  • Canada Video Games

    ... digital formats, saw positive momentum. This growth was fuelled by the launch of several blockbuster titles, despite consumers becoming more cautious with their spending due to rising inflation and economic concerns. Notable releases included Hogwarts ... Read More

  • Golf Driving Ranges & Family Fun Centres in Canada - Industry Market Research Report

    ... has contracted in line with high fixed operational costs and volatility in consumer attendance rates. As consumers' per capita leisure time has dwindled, the high prevalence of time-strapped consumers made it arduous for industry enterprises ... Read More

  • Canada Toys and Games

    ... the downturn, certain categories showed resilience. Construction toys, led by Lego, stood out with continued growth, showcasing the enduring appeal of building sets. Lego's success, despite the overall challenges, can be attributed to its ability ... Read More

  • Canada Home Improvement

    ... areas like bathroom and sanitaryware witnessing declines due to supply chain disruptions and inflation. However, categories such as decorative paints and cordless drills saw value growth, driven by sustained interest in DIY and renovations. Consumers ... Read More

  • Canada Home Furnishings

    ... in new constructions impacting furniture demand. The surge in home furnishings during the COVID-19 pandemic led to reduced need for furniture renewal in 2023, particularly for larger, costlier items like beds and dining furniture. Conversely, ... Read More

  • Canada Homewares

    ... COVID-19 restrictions in China, led to stock issues and higher prices for retailers. Consequently, consumers delayed replacements in major homewares categories like kitchen utensils and cookware. However, categories associated with food and beverage consumption, such ... Read More

  • Canada Home and Garden

    ... Ukraine. These factors contributed to a decline in current value sales across the product area. Consumers, feeling the strain on their disposable incomes, opted to defer larger, discretionary spending on their homes. Euromonitor International's Home ... Read More

  • Canada Gardening

    ... shrinking living spaces persisted, propelled by a rapid population increase alongside a notable slowdown in new residential construction. Notably, urban areas experienced almost twice the population growth compared to rural regions during the 2018-2023 period. ... Read More

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