More than 1,000 jobs up for grabs at Edmonton-area outlet mall

The Premium Outlet Collection Edmonton International Airport pictured in January 2018. Global News

With construction nearing completion on the outlet mall near the Edmonton International Airport, a job fair will be held to fill more than 1,000 new jobs.

A two-day career fair will be held on March 24 and 25 to fill about 1,300 new jobs at the Premium Outlet Collection Edmonton International Airport.

More than 40 retailers will be on site for the job fair, which will be held in the Cartier Ballroom at the Renaissance Edmonton Airport Hotel by Marriott.

Once open, the 428,000-square-foot outlet mall will be home to more than 100 retailers and six anchor tenants.

“We’re extremely proud to be bringing this new guest-focused shopping experience to Edmonton and surrounding areas, providing an enhanced-value proposition to both shoppers and the Alberta capital region,” said Jason Bos, genera

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l manager of Premium Outlet Collection EIA, Ivanhoé Cambridge.

“This unique centre is expected to be a sought-after shopping destination, drawing value-seeking, fashion-conscious shoppers, travellers in transit and tourists visiting the province.”

The airport lands are bustling with new development; a new Costco warehouse will open in the area in late 2018.

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Several other commercial and retail developments will also come to fruition in the coming year, including Red Cup Distillery.

Construction is underway on a second hotel at the airport – Fairfield Inn by Marriott, set to open in early 2019 – and work continues on the 800,000-square-foot Aurora Cannabis facility.

EIA also announced earlier this year it has entered into an agreement with Dogtopia to open a new dog daycare, boarding and spa facility. It’s expected to open in the fall of 2018.

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The career fair will run between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. on both Saturday, March 24 and Sunday, March 25.

The outlet mall is set to open on Wednesday, May 2.

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The first 70 tenants have been announced, and include H&M, a Nike Factory Store and Marshalls. Some of the stores, including Marshalls, will not open until the summer.

A full list of the confirmed retailers is below:

Anchor tenants

  • DSW – Designer Shoe Warehouse
  • F21
  • H&M
  • Nike Factory Store
  • Old Navy Outlet
  • Marshalls (summer opening)


  • A&W
  • Adidas (summer opening)
  • Adore (summer opening)
  • Aldo Outlet
  • American Eagle Outfitters
  • Banana Republic Factory Store
  • BarBurrito
  • Barcelos Flame Grilled Chicken
  • Bench Outlet
  • Bentley
  • Bento Sushi
  • Bluenotes
  • Boathouse
  • Call it Spring Outlet
  • Carat Jewellers Outlet
  • Carter’s Osh Kosh babies and kids
  • ChaChi’s
  • Chatters Salon and Beauty Supply
  • Cellicon
  • Columbia Factory Store
  • Crepe Delicious
  • Davids Tea
  • Designer Depot
  • Ecco
  • Edo Japan
  • Famous Footwear Outlet
  • Freshly Squeezed
  • Gap Factory Store
  • Gateway Newstands
  • GNC
  • Guess Outlet
  • International Clothiers Factory Outlet Store
  • Jugo Juice
  • KFC
  • La Vie En Rose
  • Lacoste (summer opening)
  • Laura Outlet
  • Levi’s® Outlet Store
  • Lids Outlet
  • Lindt Outlet
  • Lolë Outlet
  • Lucky Brand Jeans Outlet
  • Mia Pasta (summer opening)
  • Michael Hill
  • Mobile Snap
  • Mountain Warehouse
  • Naturalizer Outlet
  • New York Fries
  • Peoples
  • Perfumes 4 U
  • Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory (summer 0pening)
  • RW & Co.
  • Samsonite Outlet
  • Shanghai 360
  • Simply Health
  • Skechers
  • Soft-Moc Shoe Rack
  • Starbucks
  • Street
  • Suzy Shier Outlet
  • Thai Express
  • The Body Shop
  • Thinkkitchen
  • Under Armour
  • Urban Kids
  • West 49
  • Wetzel’s Pretzels (summer opening)
  • Wirelesswave

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