Canadian Tire

Across Canada
Industries: Financial Services, Petroleum, Retail
Job Types: Contract, Full Time, Internship, Part Time, Summer Seasonal

Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited, (TSX:CTC.A) (TSX:CTC) or “CTC,” is a family of businesses that includes a retail segment, a financial services division and CT REIT.

Our retail business is led by Canadian Tire, which was founded in 1922 and provides Canadians with products for life in Canada across its Living, Playing, Fixing, Automotive and Seasonal categories. PartSource and Gas+ are key parts of the Canadian Tire network. The retail segment also includes Mark's, a leading source for casual and industrial wear, and FGL Sports (Sport Chek, Hockey Experts, Sports Experts, National Sports, Intersport, Pro Hockey Life and Atmosphere), which offers the best active wear brands. The 1,700 retail and gasoline outlets are supported and strengthened by our Financial Services division and the tens of thousands of people employed across the country by the Company and its local Dealers, franchisees and petroleum retailers.

For more information on Canadian Tire Corporation, visit: and our Year in Review site.


Founded in 1922, Canadian Tire remains one of Canada's most recognized and trusted brands and the place that Canadians turn to every day – and more than 250 million times each year –  to tackle the jobs and joys of everyday life in this country.  We are an intramural part of the communities in which we operate and our legacy of community support through national and local programs initiated and executed by our Dealers, franchisees, store operators, employees and the Corporation.

Culture & Core Values

Canadian Tire year in review site.

For over 95 years, we have been the retailer of choice for all Canadians and our focus on innovation will drive our success in the years to come. Though our cutting-edge store design, digital marketing and e-commerce, the use of leading-edge customer analytics, and state of the art call and distribution centres, we’re continually raising the bar to respond to the diverse and changing needs of our customers.

We recognize our future success depends on the perspectives and contributions of all our employees: their diverse backgrounds, abilities and experiences make our business stronger. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace for all.

Canadian Tire has created a culture of recognition, where all our employees feel valued and appreciated for their contributions. Our online recognition hub, High5, is a robust online community that enables our employees to recognize anyone across our family of companies through e-cards and recognition points, which can be redeemed to purchase merchandise and gift cards from the online shopping area. Our ‘Going for Gold’ program is a CEO-sponsored program that recognizes the most outstanding achievements across our organization each year, and enables us to honour and recognize employees and teams whose contributions exemplify one or more of our Commitments.


Canada’s Top 100 Employers 2017

Canada’s Top Employers for Young People 2017

Greater Toronto’s Top Employers for 2017

Canada’s Best Managed Companies for 2016

Top 50 Most Socially Responsible Companies in Canada

Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada

Excellence in Retailing Awards – 2016 Retailer

Social & Environmental Responsibility

Canadian Tire has celebrated life in Canada with communities from coast-to-coast since 1922. As our family of companies grows, so too has our commitment to support community programs that build a stronger country. Our Company also thinks and acts in a sustainable way, which helps us grow our business while reducing our costs and the impact on the community and the environment.

This commitment is integrated into our brand, values, operations and business strategy and is guided by the following aspirations:

Commitment to Communities:

We are good neighbours who are dedicated to the promotion of healthy, active living and building safer communities. We continue to fulfill this commitment through our investments in social cause and community sponsorships across Canada.

Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities is our primary vehicle for fundraising and charitable giving. It is a national charity, consisting of a network of local Chapters, dedicated to providing kids from financially disadvantaged families with the opportunity to experience the benefits of organized sport and physical activity.  Since 2005, Jumpstart has helped more than 1,000,000 kids (and counting) in communities across Canada. For more information, visit

Environmental Sustainability:

Sustainability is more than just a concept – it is core to our business. While many people associate sustainability solely with the environment, it actually encompasses the triple bottom line of social, environmental and financial performance. 

As a Company, we’ve made it a top priority to be more energy efficient, use fewer resources, produce less waste and reduce emissions in everything we do. Whether it’s providing more environmentally-preferable products to our customers or developing more sustainable ways to package and deliver products, we’re always innovating to be more sustainable. Canadian Tire reports annually on the benefits from sustainability initiatives across the network and on our Company’s annual environmental footprint. 


We hire more than 250 students and recent graduates each year into co-op, internship, and full-time new graduate opportunities in all areas of our business.

We host a number of internal professional development, networking opportunities, and lunch and learns, with guest speakers from business leaders. Examples include: Ask A Recruiter roundtable discussions with Talent Acquisition, Speed Networking events with management, “field trips” to other offices and locations, such as our Distribution Centres and our Communitech Hub out in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario.  

Our New Graduate rotational programs in IT, Supply Chain, Finance, Marketing, and HR offer full-time, multi-year development programs that rotate through a number of specializations and projects within a particular business unit.

17.5 per cent store discount across our family of businesses is a great perk for students and new graduates to get great prices on the things they need.

All full-time employees and part-time employees with two years of service are all eligible for our annual CT Profit Sharing award, created in 1968 to allow employees to feel and act like owners, and to reward them for their contributions to the company’s success.

CT Savings is a voluntary plan that allows you (all full-time employees and part-time employees with two years of service) to contribute into a variety of registered and non-registered accounts and receive a company match of up to five per cent of earnings.

What we’re looking for

The key qualities we look for in bringing new talent into the organization, whether for a co-op term or new full-time talent out of school, include:

  • An awareness and belief in our company’s core values and culture
  • History of collaboration and problem-solving success
  • Accountability
  • Business agility
  • Advocacy for innovation
  • Commitment and unrelenting focus on the customer
  • Ability to navigate complex business issues

Why you’ll love us

Passion for the customer and a connection to the values and culture that we live and breathe every day, providing Canadians with the things they need to live life to the fullest in Canada every day.

Working with energetic and enthusiastic colleagues who believe in what we’re doing, from our ‘We All Play For Canada’ campaigns, Jumpstart, and our Olympic and other amateur and professional sport partnerships.