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A FAMILY ENTERPRISE SPANNING THREE GENERATIONS

 

FOR OVER 45 YEARS, THE MARCHÉ BONANZA LALUMIÈRE SUPERMARKET HAS BEEN OFFERING ITS CUSTOMERS A WIDE SELECTION OF LOCAL AND IMPORTED PRODUCTS OF SUPERIOR QUALITY AT ACCESSIBLE PRICES!

1973

It was in May 1973 that the name Bonanza appeared under the banner Les Marchés Publics Bonanza, a business initially located on Pie-IX Boulevard in Montréal-Nord. This type of market was born at the initiative of Mr. Marcel Lalumière, who wished to offer Montrealers access to fruits and vegetables in abundance, in addition to a wide variety of local and imported products of superior quality.

The nineties

In the early 90’s, les Marchés Publics Bonanza has eight grocery stores spread across the Greater Montreal area and in Laval.

1997

The torch was passed to Mrs. Danièle Lalumière, daughter of the founder of the company. Since November 1997, the Bonanza Lalumière supermarket has focused its efforts on a single address, located in St-Leonard, which has since become a must-shop supermarket with a unique character.

Present time

Madame Lalumière, assisted by her husband and their children, continue the tradition. A third generation of Lalumière indeed works in the family business.

Marcel Lalumière

Founder of the family enterprise

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