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1953–1963 1963–1965 1965–1972 1972–1984 1984–1994
1953–1963 1963–1965 1965–1972 1972–1984 1984–1994
1994–2000 2000–2004 2004–2010 2010–2016 2016–2018
1994–2000 2000–2004 2004–2010 2010–2016 2016–2018

Simpsons-Sears

1953–1963

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1963–1965

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1965–1972

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1972–1984

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The Simpsons part of the logo was dropped in 1972 and it became known as just Sears (though it was still legally known as Simpsons-Sears, and many stores continued to be branded as such, until 1984).

Sears Canada

1984–1994

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Sears Canada changed their legal name to Sears Canada, and adopted the 1984 U.S. Sears logo with a red color.

1994–2000

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Sears Canada changed their logo to blue, adopting the 1994 blue variant of the American counterpart.

2000–2004

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The maple leaf was added to the logo, to differ from the American chain's logo.

2004–2010

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The letters changed from all uppercase letters to lowercase letters leaving the capital 'S' intact.

2010–2016

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Similar to the logo used for 2000–2004, just without the red streak.

2016–2018

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In 2016, in an effort improve their sales, modernized their logo as part of a restructuring plan.

Sears Canada declared bankruptcy a year later and began liquidating their stores. All Sears Canada stores were closed by January 14, 2018.


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