ABOUT THE SOURCE
The Source Electronics Inc. is a Canadian consumer electronics and cell phone retail chain founded in 1986 initially as Radio Shack. After Circuit City filed for bankruptcy, Canadian telecommunications firm Bell Canada acquired The Source for $135 million US, removed the “by circuit City” from its name, and started selling mobile phone services only from bell-owned wireless, television, and internet services.
At The Source, you can find cell phones, computer and tablets, TV and home theatre, audio and headphones, cameras, gaming, cables and adapters, and everything you need to make your household smart. Find office equipment including printers, ink, calculators, paper, and other supplies. They even have small home appliances like blenders, wine coolers and cellars, and electric toasters. Who would have thought?
WHY PEOPLE LIKE TO SHOP AT THE SOURCE
LOCATIONS AND OPERATING HOURS
The Source has stores all over the country from the East to the West coast. Find a location in the Pembroke Mall, another in Goderich, Ontario, as well as in the Miramichi Power Centre in New Brunswick. Click here to find a local store near you. Shops are open all days of the week from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. or 9 p.m. and stores close earlier on weekends.
Visit www.thesource.ca and sign up for email offers, promotions, and receive limited-time discounts during Black Friday and Boxing Day sale. Make sure to check out their weekly flyer and e-flyer for exclusive deals on everything tech-related.
Take advantage of their annual Summer Savings Sale and save money on top-brand tech like PlayStation 4 Slim Gaming Console and Beats Studio Wireless headphones.