Who you'll find in store
Lumber, Building Materials and Paint Manager
Tools, Hardware, Plumbing And Electrical, Kitchen and Flooring Manager
Housewares, Seasonal and Merchandise Manager
History of HHBC Whitehorse
A Nation-Builder in a Nation of Builders
In 2000 Home Hardware Stores Ltd. acquired Beaver Lumber, with all stores remaining independently owned and operated. Our landmark green and yellow sign was replaced and we became Whitehorse Home Hardware Building Center.
In the coming years a lot of growth and positive change came. In 2004 a 9800 square foot expansion was constructed to accommodate the growing and changing city. In April of 2014, Whitehorse Home Hardware purchased Northern Home Appliances and became the local GE appliance dealer.
2016 came with a 10,000 square foot store expansion, making Whitehorse HHBC the largest store in Canada at just over 50,000 square feet, not including the 2 offsite locations and 2 auxiliary buildings. This expansion allowed Whitehorse HHBC to expand its assortment and selection to further serve all Yukoners with their renovation and household needs.
It was followed by the building of the AutoStak, a covered lumber shed, allowing Whitehorse HHBC to proudly claim that they are the largest covered lumber supplier in the Yukon, and the only one in Whitehorse.
As our population and economy continues to grow and change, we promise to grow and change too. Dedicating ourselves to continue serving Yukoners to the best of our ability using the co-operative setup of the Home Hardware Stores Ltd. buying group and our independently sourced suppliers to ensure that Yukoners have access to all the best and trendiest renovation supplies at competitive prices with superior customer service.
Charity Begins At Home
We donate and offer support to dozens of causes in the city, including but limited to school functions, charity fundraisers ( Yukon Charitable Firefighter’s Association, Mental Health Society of Yukon, Fireweed Lion’s Club, Heart of Riverdale, Canadian-Filipino Sports Association of Yukon, Yukon Learn and more), and First Nations events.
We are: Presenting Sponsors Law Enforcement Torch Relay (in support of Special Olympics Yukon) Landmark sponsors Yukonstruct / Northlight Innovation Center Silver Sponsors of Ride For Dad Partners with Challenge Disability Resource Group Bonanza Bronze Sponsor of Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous Yukon Handgun Association Yukon Women in Trades and Technology’s Power up! Program Skills Canada Yukon
Special Olympics Canada is dedicated to enriching the lives of Canadians living with an intellectual disability through the transformative power of sport. Special Olympics reaches beyond the sphere of sports to empower individuals, change attitudes and build communities/ From two-year-olds to mature adults, more than 45,000 individuals with an intellectual disability are registered in Special Olympics year-round programs across Canada.
Tree Canada is a non-profit charity dedicated to improving the lives of Canadians by planting and nurturing trees. Since 1992, they've planted more than 80 million trees, greened more than 600 schoolyards, helped restore places hit by natural disasters and brought together urban forestry experts greening cities all across Canada. Get involved or learn more at www.treecanada.ca