Well-known grocery store closes down in Mississauga
If you like to stop by a long-standing No Frills location before or after a satisfying meal at Chilli Chicken House, you might be disappointed to hear that said No Frills location is no more.
No Frills, which occupied prime real estate in the Deer Run Plaza at Creditview and Burnhamthorpe for years, has closed its doors for good.
The closure, which reportedly occurred last week, has shocked long-time shoppers who frequented the plaza before or after dinner at one of the plaza's many restaurants.
"I couldn’t believe it when my father mentioned this. This has been our neighbourhood grocery for many, many years," a user wrote on the Mississauga subreddit.
"It was always a pleasure to shop here as we would usually stop off at Dollarama, Wonton Chai Noodle, the bakery, and CIBC."
Other redditors shared their dismay.
"I know! So [devastated] when I saw. I get off at Erindale and usually do my groceries there. Went last week, everything was half off which was nice….. but it was so convenient! Had the Dollarama and everything there."
No Frills has since removed the 4040 Creditview Rd. location from its website.
While the closure has come as a shock to many, this isn’t the first time a Mississauga No Frills has shuttered its doors for good. In 2016, some Port Credit residents were distressed to learn that their long-standing No Frills, located on Lakeshore Rd., was set to close.
It is not yet clear what will replace the grocery store, but No Frills shoppers can take comfort in the fact that they can still frequent Peter's No Frills in the nearby South Common Centre.
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