Just Canadian Tire’s garden centre is open in Campbell River today (June 28) as a crew deals with flooding inside the store. Photo by Marissa Tiel Campbell River Mirror

UPDATE: Campbell River Canadian Tire reopens after weekend flood

Store had been closed Sunday, but the garden centre remained open

UPDATED (June 29, 9:14 a.m.): Canadian Tire in Campbell River is open for business once again.

The store was closed Sunday due to a flood, but the garden centre remained open.

ORIGINAL: Canadian Tire is closed in Campbell River this morning as a crew deals with flooding inside the store.

Staff members were posted outside the store’s entrance to let people know the store was closed.

One staff member said a crew was inside working on managing the flooding. The garden centre, which has a separate entrance and is housed outside, remains open for business.

When the rest of the store will reopen is still unknown.


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