Cineplex Odeon Theatres

List of Cineplex Odeon theatres

This is a list of Canadian movie theatres operated under the Cineplex Odeon brand by its owner, Cineplex Entertainment.

Current theatres

Alberta

Calgary

  • Crowfoot Crossing Cinemas
  • Eau Claire Market
  • Sunridge Spectrum

Edmonton

  • New West Mall 8
  • North Edmonton Cinemas
  • South Edmonton Common

Grande Prairie

  • Grande Prairie

British Columbia

Burnaby

  • SilverCity Metropolis
  • Station Square

Coquitlam

  • SilverCity Coquitlam

Kamloops

  • Aberdeen Mall

Kelowna

  • Orchard Plaza 5

Langley

  • Colossus Langley

Nanaimo

  • Galaxy Cinemas Nanaimo

North Vancouver

  • Park & Tilford

Pitt Meadows

  • Meadowtown Centre Cinemas

Prince George

  • Famous Players 6 Prince George

Richmond

  • Richmond Cinema 6
  • SilverCity Riverport

Surrey

  • Strawberry Hill Grande

Vancouver

  • Scotiabank Theatre Vancouver

Vernon

  • Famous Players 7 Vernon

Victoria

  • Odeon Victoria
  • SilverCity Victoria at Tillicum Centre

Ontario

Ajax

  • Ajax l

Aurora

  • Aurora Cinemas

Barrhaven

  • Barrhaven Cinemas Cineplex Odeon

Brampton

  • Orion Gate Grande

Brantford

  • Brantford Cinemas 6

Clarington

  • Clarington Place

Etobicoke

  • Queensway

Hamilton

  • Upper James

Kingston

  • Gardiners Road

Kitchener

  • Fairway Centre

London

  • Huron Market Place
  • Westmount 6

Markham

  • First Markham Place

Niagara Falls

  • Niagara Square

Oshawa

  • Cineplex Odeon Oshawa Cinemas

Ottawa

  • South Keys

Scarborough

  • 401 & Morningside
  • Eglinton Town Centre

Toronto

  • Carlton Cinemas
  • Sheppard Grande
  • Varsity
  • Varsity VIP

Welland

  • Seaway Mall

Windsor

  • Devonshire Mall

Quebec

Beauport

  • Beauport

Boucherville

  • Boucherville
  • Cine-Parc Odeon

Brossard

  • Cineplex Odeon Brossard

Chateauguay

  • Chateauguay Encore

Delson

  • Delson

Dorion

  • Dorion

Gatineau

  • Gatineau 9

LaSalle

  • Place La Salle

Montreal

  • Quartier Latin

Quebec City

  • Place Charest

St. Bruno

  • St. Bruno

St. Nicolas

  • Drive-In St. Nicolas'''

Ste-Foy

  • Ste-Foy

Ville Mercier

  • Cine-Parc Châteauguay

Saskatchewan

Regina

  • Southland Mall

Saskatoon

  • Centre

Former theatres (including current status)

Alberta

Calgary

  • Northland Village (1988-2002; closed)
  • London Town Square (1987-2001; closed, building demolished)
  • Southland Plaza (1981-2001; closed)

Edmonton

  • Westmount (Cineplex Odeon) (1985-2000; renovated for retail)

British Columbia

Abbotsford

  • Clearbrook (1988-2001, 2001-present as Grand; sold to Landmark Cinemas in 2001)
  • Odeon (1949-1955; closed)

Burnaby

  • Dolphin (1946-present; sold in 1990)
  • Station Square 5 (1988-2001; closed)

Coquitlam

  • Coquitlam (1983-2001, 2001-2004 as Pinetree 6; sold in 2001, demolished)

Delta

  • Scott 72 (1983-1999, 2000-2001 as Hollywood 4, 2001-2002 as Bollywood 4; renovated for retail)

Duncan

  • Odeon (1925-1984; closed)

Kamloops

  • Odeon (1984-2000; closed)

Ladysmith

  • Odeon (1950-1955; closed)

Mission

  • Odeon (1949-1955; closed)

New Westminster

  • Metro (1944-1955; closed)
  • Odeon (1944-1979; community hall)
  • Sapperton (1944-1955; closed)
  • Westminster Mall (1979-2007; sold in 1989, closed)

North Vancouver

  • Totem (1949-1955 as Odeon, 1955-1977; closed)

Prince George

  • Odeon (1979-2001; closed)

Richmond

  • Richport Town Centre (1985-1999; bought by Cineplex Odeon in 1991, renovated for retail)

Surrey

  • Clova (1946-1984, 198?-present; sold in the 1980s)

Trail

  • Odeon (1950-1965; closed)

Vancouver

  • Bay (1939-1989, 1990-1994 as Starlight; bought by Cineplex in 1979, sold in 1990, renovated for retail)
  • Broadway (1977-1987; renovated for retail)
  • Cambie (1944-1961; closed)
  • Circle (1944-1966, 1966-1979 as Hyland; renovated for retail)
  • Dunbar (1939-1987, 1988-present; bought by Odeon Canada in 1941, sold to Famous Players in 1988)
  • Fraser (1929-1989; bought by Odeon Canada in 1941, closed)
  • Granville 7 (1929-1935 as Globe, 1935-1964 as Paradise, 1964-1986 as Coronet, 1987-present; bought by Odeon Canada in 1941, sold to Empire Theatres in 2005)
  • Haida (1939-1965 as Kingsway, 1966-1991, 1993-present as Raja Kingsway; bought by Odeon Canada in 1941, sold in the 1980s)
  • Hastings (1907-1930 as Pantages, 1934-1944 as Beacon, 1944-1955, 1959-1965 as Majestic; bought by Odeon Canada in 1941, sold in 1959, demolished)
  • Lux (1939-1970 and 1990-1993, 1975-1977 as Eden Lux; bought by Odeon Canada in 1941, sold in 1975, demolished)
  • Oakridge Centre (1985-present; sold to Empire Theatres in 2005)
  • Odeon (1936-1963, 1988-1991 and 1993-1997 as Plaza, 1963-1987; bought by Odeon Canada in 1941, sold to Famous Players in 1988, renovated for nightclub)
  • Olympia (1939-1982, 1982-1985 as Roxy; bought by Odeon Canada in 1941, sold in 1962, demolished)
  • Park (1941-present; sold in 1990)
  • Royal Centre (1981-1993; renovated for office space)
  • Varsity (1939-1987, 1988-2006; bought by Odeon Canada in 1941, sold to Famous Players in 1988, demolished)
  • Vogue (1941-1987; live theatre)

Victoria

  • Counting House (1971-1986; renovated for retail)
  • Haida (1940-1967 as Plaza, 1968-1992; demolished)
  • Towne (1974-1992, 1993-present as The Vic; bought by Cineplex Odeon in 1984, sold to Landmark Cinemas in 1993)

West Vancouver

  • Odeon (1949-1991; closed)

Manitoba

Winnipeg

  • Eaton Place 7 (1981 to 1991; renovated into expanded food court)
  • Grant Park Cinemas (1969 to 2005; sold to Empire Theatres)
  • Garrick Cinemas (1921 to 2002; renovated into additional space for The Marborough Hotel)
  • Kings (1941 to 1996; currently a skateboard shop)
  • Odeon Cinema (1945 to 1990; currently the Burton Cummings Theatre for the Performing Arts, live theatre)
  • Odeon Drive-In (1964 to 2007; closed)
  • Towne 8 (sold to Landmark Cinemas)

New Brunswick

Newfoundland and Labrador

Nova Scotia

Ontario

Cambridge

  • Cambridge Cinemas (approx 1997 to 2001 - closed when Galaxy took over Cambridge Centre Cinemas; this had to do with Onex owning controlling interest in both changes; site become Home Sense and additional retail)

Georgetown

  • Georgetown 3 (sold; still in operation independent)

Etobicoke

  • Woodbine Centre (1985 - 1998; now operated by Rainbow Cinemas)
  • Sherway Cinemas (closed in 2001; relocated to Queensway Cinemas)

Toronto

  • Toronto Eaton Centre (1979 - 1998; redevleoped into Best Buy & Canadian Tire)
  • Canada Square (closed 1998; Famous Players assumed theatre and still in operation, resold to Cineplex in 2005)
  • Market Square (closed 1998; now operated by Rainbow Cinemas)
  • Fairview Mall (closed 1998; reopened by Rainbow Cinemas 2001, closed 2008, reopening soon as a SilverCity)

Mississauga

  • South Common Mall (early 1980s to 1998-99) - Mall redeveloped)
  • Erin Mills Town Centre (1989 to 1998-99 - now Old Navy / Sport Chek)
  • Sheridan Mall (began as an Odeon twin theatre complex and closed in the early 90's - as a 'Cineplex Odeon' -when mall renovations began )

Oakville

  • Oakville Mews (mid 1980s to 1998-99 - now operated by Encore Cinemas)

Hamilton

  • Centre Mall (closed late 90's-early 00's - became Bingo hall but now torn down for Centre Mall redevelopment.)

Ottawa

  • Westgate Shopping Center (1980 to 1999 - Converted to office space used by www.bitheads.com one cinema was kept)

Guelph

  • Stone Road Mall (1990? to 2005 - now Sport Chek)
  • Odeon Downtown (closed when Stone Road Mall Cinemas opened - now bar)

Kitchener

  • Hyland (1974-1998; closed, now The Gig Theatre)
  • Frederick Twin (1979-1999; still in operation independent)

London

  • Galleria 6 (1989-2001; closed, now Rainbow Cinemas)
  • Hyland (closed in 1990; now independent art theatre)
  • Westmount 2 (1977-1998; closed, moved to Westmount Mall as a larger theatre complex)

Niagara Falls

  • Capitol (1935-1955; renovated for nightclub)
  • Seneca (1945-1995; bought by Canadian Theatres in 1975, closed)

St. Catharines

  • Fairview Mall (1994-2007; forced out of lease by Fairview Mall management)
  • Palace (1945-1970; closed)
  • Pendale (1978-1995; closed)

Whitby

  • Champlain Centre (1989-2001; closed)

Scarborough

Scarborough Town Center (Renovated to a Gap) Warden Woods Mall (Warden Power Centre) (Torn Down) closed when Famous Player's took over Scarborough Town Center Cinemas.(sold to Ciniplex in 2005)

Quebec

Saskatchewan

southland mall. current. theater.

1801 albert street . closed.

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