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Farmers Almanac
The 2016 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Where to Buy in Canada

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Here’s where you can purchase your copy of the Canadian Farmers’ Almanac. Store quantities are limited so please be sure to pick up your copy early. Remember, if your store should be sold out, you can always order your Canadian Farmers’ Almanac from our online store.

Alberta

Indigo-Chapters
Lowes
Canadian Tire Stores
Home Depot
Coles
Presse Commerce
Wal*Mart Canada
Sobey’s West
Loblaws
Safeway Stores

British Columbia

Indigo-Chapters
Lowes
Canadian Tire Stores
Home Depot
Coles
Presse Commerce
Wal*Mart Canada
IGA Stores
Sobey’s West
MAC Stores
Loblaws
Overwaitea Foods
Peoples Drug Mart
Pharmasave
Safeway Stores

Manitoba

Indigo-Chapters
Lowes
Canadian Tire Stores
Home Depot
Coles
Presse Commerce
Wal*Mart Canada
Safeway Stores

New Brunswick

Indigo-Chapters
Lowes
Canadian Tire Stores
Home Depot
Coles
Presse Commerce
Wal*Mart Canada
Safeway Stores
Sobey’s
MAC’s

Newfoundland

Indigo-Chapters
Lowes
Canadian Tire Stores
Home Depot
Coles
Presse Commerce
Wal*Mart Canada
Safeway Stores
Sobey’s
MAC’s
Couche-Tard Stores

Nova Scotia

Indigo-Chapters
Lowes
Canadian Tire Stores
Home Depot
Coles
Presse Commerce
Wal*Mart Canada
Safeway Stores
Sobey’s
MAC’s
Couche-Tard Stores
Loblaws

Northwest Territory

Wal*Mart
Indigo-Chapters-Coles
Presse Commerce

Ontario

Indigo-Chapters
Lowes
Canadian Tire Stores
Home Depot
Coles
Presse Commerce
Wal*Mart Canada
Loblaws
MAC’s
Sobey’s East
People’s
IGA Stores
Zehr’s

Prince Edward Island

Indigo-Chapters
Lowes
Canadian Tire Stores
Home Depot
Coles
Presse Commerce
Wal*Mart Canada
Loblaws
Sobey’s

Quebec

Indigo-Chapters
Lowes
Canadian Tire Stores
Home Depot
Coles
Presse Commerce
Wal*Mart Canada
Loblaws
Sobey’s
Mega Presse

Saskatchewan

Indigo-Chapters
Lowes
Canadian Tire Stores
Home Depot
Coles
Presse Commerce
Wal*Mart Canada

If you notice a hole in the upper left-hand corner of your Farmers' Almanac, don't return it to the store! That hole isn't a defect; it's a part of history. Starting with the first edition of the Farmers' Almanac in 1818, readers used to nail holes into the corners to hang it up in their homes, barns, and outhouses (to provide both reading material and toilet paper). In 1919, the Almanac's publishers began pre-drilling holes in the corners to make it even easier for readers to keep all of that invaluable information (and paper) handy.

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