The Home Depot customers and associates make The Orange Door Project campaign a success; one step closer to eliminating youth homelessness
By purchasing a paper door for $2, our customers generously supported 182 Home Depot stores across Canada to raise $1,253,370 in 36 days, with the goal of putting an end to youth homelessness.
Helping eliminate youth homelessness in Canada
As part of its commitment to help end youth homelessness in Canada, The Home Depot® Canada Foundation launched its annual The Orange Door Project fundraising campaign today, which collects $2 donations from customers and gives 100 per cent of the proceeds to local youth-serving organizations.
THE HOME DEPOT CANADA PUTS DOWN ROOTS IN VAUGHAN, ONTARIO JUST IN TIME FOR SPRING
The Home Depot Canada opened its 182nd store inspiring Vaughan, Ontario residents with everything they need to make their house a home from the indoors out, including a 17,000 square foot garden centre.
The Home Depot Canada to hire more than 5,500 associates across the country
The Home Depot Canada is hiring more than 5,500 associates across the country for operational and sales positions to support our busiest season, spring.
Youth advises The Home Depot Canada on Orange Door Award recipients
To make funding decisions that reflect the reality of youth homelessness, The Home Depot Canada Foundation recently sought the guidance of The Street Youth Planning Collaborative – Youth Leaders Committee (SYPC YLC) and Art Forms Youth Advisory Council; together selecting four, cross-country recipient organizations who will receive funding on Feb. 6, 2015 from the Foundation’s new program – The Orange Door Award.
The Home Depot Canada Expands with New Brampton West Store
Today, The Home Depot® Canada opened its 181st location in Brampton West, putting the needs of local customers first in a newly designed layout, an exclusive area for online orders and a wider assortment of products in upgraded showcases.
THE HOME DEPOT CANADA BREAKS GROUND ON NEW RAPID DEPLOYMENT CENTRE
On October 30, 2014, The Home Depot Canada officially broke ground on its first Rapid Deployment Centre (RDC) in Western Canada. Located in Calgary, Alberta, the centre will create more than 150 jobs for the community throughout its construction and opening. The new RDC will ensure the right amount of stock flows to stores across British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Message to our customers about news reports of a possible payment data breach.
THE HOME DEPOT CANADA HELPS PUT AN END TO YOUTH HOMELESSNESS
TEAM DEPOT ASSOCIATE VOLUNTEER FORCE GIVES BACK TO COMMUNITIES THROUGH ANNUAL CELEBRATION OF SERVICE CAMPAIGN
Beginning September 1st, Team Depot, an associate volunteer program, will mark the 12th year of its annual, month-long Celebration of Service Campaign. This year, Home Depot associates will commit their time, knowledge and skills to various projects focused on improving housing initiatives that benefit Canadian youth-in-need.
THE HOME DEPOT® CANADA FOUNDATION RAISES NEARLY ONE MILLION DOLLARS FOR YOUTH HOMELESSNESS THROUGH THE ORANGE DOOR PROJECT
Canada's youth are one of the fastest growing segments of the homeless population. The Home Depot® Canada Foundation is tackling this major social issue facing communities across the country through The Orange Door Project - an initiative that works to provide vulnerable and homeless youth with the housing, support services and hope they need to live safe, happy and productive lives.
PUTTING AN END TO YOUTH HOMELESSNESS IN CANADA
The Home Depot® Canada Foundation Launches The Orange Door Project On any given night, more than 6,000 young people are without a place to call home; that has to change. That’s why The Home Depot® Canada Foundation is committed to ending youth homelessness through The Orange Door Project; giving youth the housing, support services and hope they need to live safe, healthy and productive lives.
The Home Depot Canada Opens New Rapid Deployment Centre
The Home Depot Canada has opened the doors to its first Canadian Rapid Deployment Centre (RDC). Located in Vaughan, Ontario, this new 657,600 sq. ft. RDC will service approximately 123 stores, spanning from Winnipeg to St. John’s. The facility features over two kilometres of conveyor belts where cartons from suppliers are received, sorted and immediately distributed to Home Depot Canada stores every week.
The Home Depot Canada to Hire 6,300 Associates for Spring Season
"Spring gives us the opportunity to find the best associates, who are passionate about customer service," said Bill Lennie president, The Home Depot Canada. "From Vancouver to St. John’s, we are about building meaningful, sustainable careers."
The Home Depot Canada Foundation Commits $10 Million To Help Homeless Youth In Canada
Foundation launches white paper and pledges $10 million, three-year commitment to support renovation and repair projects, life skill programs, and research and collaboration with experts.
Home Depot Canada Celebrates More Than A Decade Of Hands-On Service
Beginning September 1st, Team Depot, an associate volunteer program, will mark the 11th year of its annual Celebration of Service Campaign. The month-long campaign aims to honour Team Depot volunteers from coast-to-coast acknowledging their commitment to volunteerism.
The Home Depot Canada Donates $125,000 To Help Alberta Flood Victims
The Home Depot® Canada is donating $125,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to help residents affected by the flooding in Calgary and other communities in southern Alberta.
Building Communities One Hammer At A Time
The Home Depot Canada Foundation Launches 7th Annual Buy A Hammer, Build Our Community Campaign.
Starting May 30, 2013, customers shopping at any of the 180 Home Depot stores across the country can donate $2.00 to purchase a paper hammer and help support affordable housing initiatives in their local community.
The Home Depot Canada to hire close to 6700 store associates across Canada
The Home Depot Canada is currently hiring 6700 employees to support its anticipated sales growth this spring.
As both the company’s busiest hiring and selling period, spring serves as The Home Depot’s annual peak season, similar to the Christmas selling season for many retailers.
The Home Depot Canada Prepared For Penny Phase Out
In 2012, the Federal Government announced that the penny would be phased out of circulation. The Home Depot Canada carefully reviewed the phase out requirements based on its values, associate input and consumer needs.
The Home Depot Canada wants its customers to know that after this date, anyone shopping at its stores using cash, will have their total rounded down to the nearest nickel. In addition, if a customer makes a cash return to the store, it will always round up to the nearest nickel. The Home Depot feels itâs vital to continually meet the needs of its customers.
TWENTY-TWO MANUFACTURERS SHOWCASE INNOVATIVE HOME IMPROVEMENT PRODUCTS
Twenty-two small and medium-sized manufacturers from Ontario and Quebec showcased their innovative home improvement products to Home Depot Canada merchants today.
The third annual "Meet the Buyer" is a partnership program with The Home Depot Canada, the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Innovation, and the Quebec Ministry of Economic Development, Innovation and Export Trade. The program opens new retail channels for small and medium Ontario and Quebec-based businesses - bringing products to market that will drive innovation, sustainability, economic opportunity and create jobs.
HOME DEPOT CANADA CELEBRATES 10-YEAR MILESTONE THROUGH HANDS-ON SERVICE
Beginning September 1st, Team Depot, an associate volunteer program, will mark its 10th year of its annual Celebration of Service Campaign. The month-long campaign aims to honour Team Depot volunteers from coast-to-coast acknowledging their commitment to volunteerism.
ONTARIO MANUFACTURERS SHOW PROVINCE IS A HOTBED FOR INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS
Twenty exciting products launched at The Home Depot after Innovation for Sustainability's first "Meet the Buyer" event.
LAWN ORNAMENTS UNITE AND PROTEST DURING MOW DOWN POLLUTION'S 11TH YEAR!
Lawn ornaments have had enough and today everyone from plastic garden gnomes, pink flamingos and fishing frogs is silently protesting to educate Canadians on the harmful effects of gas-powered lawn equipment.
CANADIANS INFLUENCED BY SOCIAL CIRCLES AND ECONOMY WHEN IT COMES TO ENVIRONMENTAL EFFORTS AT HOME
Going green may be losing steam for Canadians but keeping up with the Joneses never goes out of style.
BILL LENNIE NAMED PRESIDENT OF THE HOME DEPOT CANADA
The Home Depot, the world's largest home improvement retailer, today announced that Bill Lennie has been named president, The Home Depot Canada, effective immediately. Lennie will replace Aaron Carmack, who is taking an extended leave of absence to attend to a personal illness.
THE HOME DEPOT ANNOUNCES CANADIAN LEADERSHIP TRANSITION
The Home Depot®, the world's largest home improvement retailer, today announced that Aaron Carmack has been promoted to president, The Home Depot Canada, effective January 31. Carmack, the current regional vice president of the Pac North region in the U.S., is replacing Annette Verschuren, who is leaving the Company after nearly 15 years of service.
FIRST OF ITS KIND PROGRAM GIVES SMALL MANUFACTURERS OPPORTUNITY TO BRING INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS TO CANADIAN MARKET
The Home Depot Canada and the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development and Trade launch Innovation for Sustainability
THE HOME DEPOT NAMED TOP 100 CANADIAN EMPLOYER
The Home Depot Canada today announced it was named one of Canada's Top 100 Employers for 2011, as part of a national competition conducted by Mediacorp Canada Inc.
EVERGREEN BRICK WORKS WELCOMES LARGEST RETAILER COMMITMENT TO-DATE
The Home Depot Canada and its Foundation help build the future of Canada's first community environmental centre
CELEBRATING TEN YEARS OF MOW DOWN POLLUTION
The Home Depot Canada and Summerhill Impact challenge Canadians to retire 10,000 pieces of gas-powered lawn and garden equipment
SECOND ANNUAL CANADIAN GREEN HOME INDEX REVEALS REDUCED ENVIRONMENTAL EFFORTS AT HOME
Perceived efficacy and economy affect homeowners' green actions
THE HOME DEPOT ANNOUNCES CANADIAN STORE ENERGY SAVINGS OF 220 MILLION KILOWATT-HOURS SINCE 2005; SETS ENERGY USE AND GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS TARGETS FOR 2015
Company to achieve a 20% reduction in its Canadian store energy use and a 20% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from its domestic supply chain
THE HOME DEPOT TO LAUNCH EXCLUSIVE MARTHA STEWART LIVING BRAND OF PAINT IN MARCH 2010.
THE HOME DEPOT CANADA FOUNDATION AND HABITAT FOR HUMANITY CANADA COMMIT TO CREATING SUSTAINABLE HOMES
THE HOME DEPOT CANADA TO LAUNCH EXCLUSIVE MARTHA STEWART LIVING BRAND
First category - Outdoor Living - will be available in all The Home Depot stores beginning in February 2010
ONTARIO HOMEOWNERS MAY BE IN AN UNHEALTHY RELATIONSHIP WITH THEIR LAWN CARE EQUIPMENT
FIRST EVER "CANADIAN GREEN HOME INDEX" REVEALS ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT IN HOMES ACROSS CANADA
Canadians score 60 out of 100 for green intentions and eco-action at home
"DO WHAT YOU CAN" AT THE HOME DEPOT WHERE YOU CAN DO IT. WE CAN HELP.™
New in-store battery and paint recycling starts today
THE HOME DEPOT SET TO OPEN THIRD LEED® - REGISTERED STORE IN PICKERING
Eco project store concept to open September 4, 2008
THE HOME DEPOT CANADA VOLUNTARILY PHASES OUT PESTICIDES ACROSS CANADA AND PROVIDES CONSUMERS OVER 50 OPTIONS IN NATURAL LAWN CARE
THE HOME DEPOT REDEFINES THE HOME IMPROVEMENT SHOPPING EXPERIENCE WITH THE LAUNCH OF IT'S FIRST PROJECT STORE
New concept store set to open December 13, 2007
LIGHTS, RECYCLE, ACTION
The Home Depot Canada launches national CFL bulb recycling initiative
CANADIANS ARE INVITED TO CATCH THE SUN
The Home Depot and PowerStream unveil the largest retail solar power installation at Summer kickoff event
CANADA'S LARGEST LIGHT BULB RETAILER APPLAUDS NATIONAL PHASE OUT
The Home Depot's customers are already energy savvy, adopting energy efficient lighting at a rapid rate
INNOVATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY - CREATING JOBS, SUPPORTING THE ECONOMY
Introduced in October 2010, Innovation for Sustainability invited any small or medium-sized Ontario manufacturer to submit information about its innovative home improvement product or technology. In 2011, the program opened up to Quebec manufacturers. As a result of the second Innovation for Sustainability "Meet the Buyer" event held in November 2011 in Ottawa, there are 25 innovative and sustainable products now available at select Home Depot locations in London, Ottawa and online.
THE HOME DEPOT CANADA FOUNDATION
Established to expand The Home Depot Canada's commitment to giving back to the communities it serves, The Home Depot Canada Foundation is dedicated to sharing its time, knowledge and resources to support affordable housing and build strong communities for Canadians in need.
THE HOME DEPOT CANADA & THE ENVIRONMENT
The Home Depot Canada is an environmental leader. Our commitment to the environment is enshrined in the company's values - through our commitment to 'do the right thing.'