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Old 03-10-2017, 01:06 AM   #1
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Others have beaten me to it in other threads but anyway here is the official news release and the new store locations:

http://www.sunriserecords.com/new-su...-announced/url

BC
Metropolis at Metrotown, Burnaby
Coquitlam Centre, Coquitlam
Orchard Park, Kelowna
Pine Centre Mall, Prince George
Guildford Town Centre, Surrey

ALBERTA
Market Mall, Calgary
Southcentre Mall, Calgary
Sunridge Mall, Calgary
Chinook Centre, Calgary
Marlborough Mall, Calgary
Bonnie Doon SC, Edmonton
West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton
Londonderry Mall, Edmonton
Kingsway Mall, Edmonton
Peter Pond Mall, Fort McMurray
Prairie Mall SC, Grande Prairie
Park Place Mall, Lethbridge
Medicine Hat Mall, Medicine Hat

SASKATCHEWAN
Southland Mall, Regina
Lawson Heights Mall, Saskatoon
Cornwall SC, Regina
Midtown Plaza, Saskatoon

MANITOBA
Kildonan Place, Winnipeg
Polopark Mall, Winnipeg

ONTARIO
Bayfield Mall, Barrie
Georgian Mall, Barrie
Quinte Mall, Belleville
Bramalea City Centre, Brampton
Lynden Park Mall, Brantford
Burlington Mall, Burlington
Cambridge Centre, Cambridge
Sherway Gardens, Etobicoke
Cloverdale Mall, Etobicoke
Stone Road Mall, Guelph
Limeridge Mall, Hamilton
Fairview Park, Kitchener
Masonville Place, London
White Oaks Mall, London
Square One SC, Mississauga
Upper Canada Mall, Newmarket
Northgate SC, North Bay
Fairview Mall, North York
Place D’Orleans SC, Orleans
Carlingwood Mall, Ottawa
Rideau Centre, Ottawa
St. Laurent SC, Ottawa
Heritage Place, Owen Sound
Lansdowne Mall, Peterborough
Pickering Town Centre, Pickering
Station Mall, Sault Ste. Marie
Pen Centre, St. Catharines
New Sudbury Centre, Sudbury
Intercity SC, Thunder Bay
Devonshire Mall, Windsor

QUEBEC
Galeries d’Anjou, Anjou
Place du Royaume, Chicoutimi
Promenades Drummondville, Drummondville
Les Promenades Gatineau, Gatineau
Les Galeries de Hull, Gatineau
Carrefour Angrignon, Lasalle
Carrefour Laval, Laval
Les Galeries Chagnon, Lévis
Fairview Pointe-Claire, Pointe-Claire
Fleur de Lys, Québec
Galeries Rive Nord, Repentigny
Place Rosemère, Rosemère
Carrefour du Nord, Saint-Jerome
Promenades St-Bruno, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville
Galeries Terrebonne, Terrebonne
Les Rivières, Trois-Rivières
La Grande place des Bois-Francs, Victoriaville
Galeries de la Capitale, Québec

NOVA SCOTIA
Mic Mac Mall, Dartmouth

NEW BRUNSWICK
Champlain Mall, Dieppe
Regent Mall, Fredericton
McAllister Place, Saint John

As previously reported, the chain is committed to expanding Record Store Day events across the country and plans to carry over 2000 titles of vinyl in stock at all locations to meet the resurgent consumer demand for vinyl. Sunrise will also continue its longstanding tradition of supporting local independent artists by carrying their music for sale. Says Putman, "We want to support independent Canadian artists more than ever. We feel it's an obligation, not to mention we love discovering talented new artists."

Sunrise will work to broaden the assortment of music that HMV carried, with a planned 50% increase of CDs, and a massively expanded apparel section including the hottest music and entertainment related merchandise. Sunrise will continue to be on the cutting edge of pop culture trends adding licensed figures, plush characters as well as an extensive selection of board games to each store.

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No mention of increasing their Blu-Ray inventory. If the stock of films in these new stores is going to be anything like the Sunrise I visited not long ago in Burlington, then there'll be absolutely nothing of interest to film fans there.

Surely, films still sell better than vinyl at this point, even with vinyl experiencing a resurgence? I don't understand their fixation on it.
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Will be interesting to see how they fill up the West Edmonton Mall location. That's a pretty big space. I guess it could be their "flagship" location.
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Old 03-11-2017, 03:55 PM   #4
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No mention of increasing their Blu-Ray inventory. If the stock of films in these new stores is going to be anything like the Sunrise I visited not long ago in Burlington, then there'll be absolutely nothing of interest to film fans there.
Probably will be more BD titles then at your local WM & BB and probably higher prices then can be had online.
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Updated list.
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They better carry Criterion and Scream/Shout Factory.
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They better carry Criterion and Scream/Shout Factory.
They use to before they got bought a few years ago, I just hope they are more competitive with pricing.

Looks like they are taking over the HMV location at Georgian Mall, it's a very busy mall, looks like Cinema 1 with have completion again.
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They better carry Criterion and Scream/Shout Factory.
Back in the day, their Criterion BDs were the highest price I had seen.
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Doesn't look like they'll be buying up the spot my local HMV had. Kind of weird, too. Originally that location was set to close a few years ago (2012ish?) after their lease expired. Went through the whole closing sale ... and then reopened in the same mall a few months later.
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They better carry Criterion and Scream/Shout Factory.
And Kino Lorber and Olive as well
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They better carry Criterion and Scream/Shout Factory.
My local SR gets most of the Scream/ Shout Factory new releases.
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My cousin was in the Burlington Mall store last week or so and with the new renovations happening. Well, they are being kicked out and it seems like they will be leaving Burlington completely.

I don't shop there really, but my cousin's husband loved getting his Vinyl records there. No idea when it is happening but seemed to be soonish
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Will be interesting to see how they fill up the West Edmonton Mall location. That's a pretty big space. I guess it could be their "flagship" location.

I was at the mall today and there was nothing happening inside.
The lights were out and no mention of an opening date outside.
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My apologies if this thread goes out of date but I created it before my financial situation changed and I am going to have to go offline in a week for a couple of weeks.
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My cousin was in the Burlington Mall store last week or so and with the new renovations happening. Well, they are being kicked out and it seems like they will be leaving Burlington completely.

I don't shop there really, but my cousin's husband loved getting his Vinyl records there. No idea when it is happening but seemed to be soonish
No loss there as far as Blu-Ray collectors are concerned; the Burlington Mall Sunrise had an absolutely abysmal film section. I have no idea how they existed for so long in that mall with Cinema One in the same mall.
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No loss there as far as Blu-Ray collectors are concerned; the Burlington Mall Sunrise had an absolutely abysmal film section. I have no idea how they existed for so long in that mall with Cinema One in the same mall.
The current Barrie store has no movies, in fact it has very little, even the vinyl section is very poor, I'm not sure how they plan to open all these new stores. Speaking of Cinema One, they seem to be very busy, now that HMV is gone.
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For those that are interested four new locations are now open.

Masonville Place - London, ON
Pickering Town Centre - Pickering, ON
Quinte Mall - Bellevue, ON
Sherway Gardens - Etobicoke, ON
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I'll have to head in and see how the Pickering location looks
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The Sunrise in Pickering occupies the same space as the HMV as far as I can tell. Selection isn't nearly as good with movies being pretty much all the big blockbuster type titles.

Does carry a much larger selection of vinyl but that also seems to take up more space.

Store could easily benefit from another set of racks with slightly smaller aisles.

Looks very similar to the HMV oddly enough

It's not close to me so I will not be in there very often but it is near enough to my mom that when I go to visit I might pop in.
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The "new Sunrise" in Fairview Park mall here in Kitchener has been open for a bit.

About 2 weeks ago I scooted in there all excited only to disappointingly see it was exactly like HMV. Everything was exactly where it was when HMV was there, the same crappy decorations were on the walls, the inventory was the exact same or worse in the sense that they had less harder to find/obscure movies and CD's (when compared to how Sunrise used to be) etc.

It's basically HMV but with a Sunrise sign out front.
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