Delta mall hiring for 3,000 positions

Tsawwassen Mills lands 133 new tenants and will host a second job fair Aug. 18.

Tsawwassen Mills is hiring for 3

Tsawwassen Mills is hiring for 3

With less than two months to go until its grand opening, Tsawwassen Mills has unveiled a second large list of tenants. The additional 133 retailers bring the total of confirmed tenants to 160 thus far.

The 1.2 million-sq.-ft. shopping centre will feature nearly 200 stores, including a mix of outlet, first-to-market and premium fashion stores that will appeal to all shoppers, including 16 anchor stores.

“We are very excited about the high-quality, diverse mix of retailers we have assembled for Tsawwassen Mills. With even more to come over the next two months, there will be something for every shopping taste at Tsawwassen Mills,” said Roman Drohomirecki, executive vice-president and chief operating officer of Ivanhoé Cambridge Retail.

The hiring process to fill the 3,000 full-time and part-time jobs at Tsawwassen Mills is ongoing. A second job fair will be held on Thursday, Aug. 18, from 1-7 p.m. at Tsawwassen Springs, located at 5099 Springs Blvd. in Delta. Job seekers will have an opportunity to discuss openings directly with retailers and are encouraged to bring their résumés.

Meanwhile, Final preparations are underway and on schedule for the mall’s Oct. 5 grand opening. Construction is nearing completion on the interior décor of the shopping centre and work is underway to customize many of the stores. The parking lot is fully paved and the mall’s main entrances are nearly finished.

Below is the updated list of stores opening at Tsawwassen Mills:


Anchor tenants

UBass Pro Shops Outdoor WorldU

DSW–Designer Shoe  Warehouse

Forever 21



Nike Factory Store

Old Navy

Pro Hockey Life

Saks OFF 5TH

Sport Chek

Tommy Hilfiger

Urban Planet/ West 49


Children’s apparel

Carter’s Osh Kosh Babies and Kids


The Children’s Place Outlet

Triple Flip

Urban Kids

Fashion accessories



Vivah Jewelry


Michael Hill

Food Hall


Barcelos Chicken

Bourbon Street Grill

California Thai


Crepe Delicious

Edo Japan

Freshly Squeezed


New York Fries

OPA! Souvlaki


Shanghai 360a

Umi Teriyaki &Sushi

Vina Vietnamese

Handbags & shoes

Aldo Outlet

Browns Outlet*


Famous Footwear Outlet

GEOX Outlet

Naturalizer Outlet

Nine West Shoe Studio

Rockport Outlet


Soft-Moc Shoe Rack

Call It Spring Outlet


Health & beauty

Adore Cosmetics

Bath & Body Works (Dec. 2016)


Perfumes 4 U

Q Nails

Saje Natural Wellness

Health & beauty (cont’d)

Shoppers Drug Mart

The Body Shop


Home décor


QE Home

The Bombay Company








Mobile Snap



Virgin Mobile

Wind Mobile




Men’s apparel

Epic Menswear

The Outlet by Harry Rosen*

Tip Top Tailors


Lotto Ticket Centre


Build-A-Bear Workshop


Gateway Newstands


Mastermind Toys

Samsonite Outlet

Things Engraved


Adidas Outlet

Champs Sports

Foot Locker


Reebok Outlet

Running Room


Specialty apparel

Bikini Village

La Senza (Feb. 2017)

La Vie En Rose


Lululemon athletica

Victoria’s Secret (Feb. 2017)




Boston Pizza

Milestones Grill & Bar

Montana’s BBQ & Bar

South Street Burger Co.

Uncle Buck’s Fishbowl & Grill



Chatters Salon & Beauty Supply Outlet

Tommy Gun’s Original Barbershop

Specialty food

Big Orange


Jugo Juice

Kernels Popcorn and Baskin-Robbins

Lindt Outlet

Manzano Europa Bakery (Nov. 2016)

Mrs. Fields/ Pretzelmaker

Pepper Palace


Purdy’s Chocolates

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

St. Jean’s Cannery

Starbucks (Nov. 2017)

Tim Hortons

TOGO Sushi

Yogen Fruz

Unisex apparel

American Eagle Outfitters

Banana Republic Factory Store

Bench Outlet



Brooks Brothers Factory

International Clothiers

Calvin Klein

Eddie Bauer

G by Guess

GAP Factory Store

Guess? Outlet

Hot Topic



Le Chateau


Lids Outlet

Lucky Brand Jeans Outlet

Michael Kors Outlet

Mountain Warehouse


RW & Co.

Thread + Copper

WLKN (summer 2017)


Women’s apparel



Ever New


Laura Outlet

Mint Style Lounge

Marc Cain

Noel Asmar

Nygard Fashion Outlet

Suzy Shier


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