Landmark Cinemas

Landmark Cinemas (Canada)

Landmark Cinemas is a film exhibition chain in Western Canada that has 34 theatres. Landmark Cinemas was founded in 1965.

Most of the theatres in the Landmark chain are older, smaller single-screen or twin theatres that were mostly acquired from the big chains (although they also built some of their own), but their newer theatres are of the multiplex variety (generally four or five screens or more).


British Columbia

  • Abbotsford (Towne Cinema Centre)
  • Campbell River (Galaxy, Showcase 5)
  • Chilliwack (Paramount)
  • Courtenay (Rialto)
  • Cranbrook (Columbia)
  • Dawson Creek (Centre)
  • Fort St. John (Aurora Cinema Centre)
  • Kamloops (Paramount)
  • Kelowna (Grand 10, Paramount)
  • Nanaimo (Avalon Cinema Centre)
  • Penticton (Pen-Mar Cinema Centre)
  • Port Alberni (Paramount)
  • Westbank (Capitol)


  • Airdrie (Roxy)
  • Banff (Lux Cinema Centre)
  • Brooks (Oasis)
  • Calgary (Globe)
  • Edson (Nova)
  • Fort McMurray (Landmark Six)
  • Grande Prairie (Jan, Lyric)
  • Hinton (Roxy)
  • Stettler (Jewel)


  • Weyburn (Soo)
  • Yorkton (Tower)


  • Brandon (Capitol)
  • Selkirk (Garry)
  • Winkler (Southland Cinemas)
  • Winnipeg (Globe, Towne 8)


  • Whitehorse (Quanlin Mall, Yukon Cinema Centre)

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