Pacific Rim Centre

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Pacific Rim Shopping Centre
... Pacific Rim Shopping Centre is an outdoor shopping centre in Port Alberni, British Columbia, formatted as a power centre ... Staples (formerly Staples Business Depot) comprise Pacific Rim Centre's three anchor tenants ... Other stores and services located at Pacific Rim Centre include Starbucks, A W, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Canada Post, Warehouse One The Jeans Store, First Choice Hair Cutters and three businesses ...
Alberni Mall - History
... went into further decline with the construction across Johnston Road of a new power centre called the Pacific Rim Shopping Centre, which opened in early-2005 with Wal-Mart and Extra Foods as its anchors, followed by ... with all other businesses either relocating to the new Pacific Rim Centre or elsewhere in Port Alberni, or closing their doors altogether in some cases ... complete redevelopment to turn it into a power centre similar to the neighboring Pacific Rim Centre ...

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