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Jan 22, 2019

Dollarama launches online store with about 1,000 products

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Dollarama Inc. (DOL.TO) has officially opened its online store across Canada, allowing customers to purchase about 1,000 of its products in bulk.

Some of the items include cleaning, clothing, electronics, food, hardware, health, office and party products, the Montreal-based company said in a release Monday.

The retail chain said it hopes to attract customers who want to buy products in large quantities, and said a number of the products available online aren’t sold in its 1,203 brick-and-mortar stores.

Shipping fees apply to all online orders, with a flat rate of $18 for most urban areas, Dollarama said.

The company added that the launch of its online store comes after a five-week pilot program in Quebec.

Dollarama’s stock has fallen more than 33 per cent in the past year. Its shares closed up 0.97 per cent at $35.50 on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Monday.