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Rossy is a regional chain of variety stores located primarily in the provinces of Quebec, Newfoundland and New Brunswick, Canada.

The company was founded by Michael Rossy in 1949.[1] During the 1960s to the 1990s, it wasn't a rare thing to see in Montreal different Rossy stores located within a walking distance from each other. Today such proximities among the stores are less common; but in contrast, the chain has expanded its presence throughout the province.

Rossy is similar in size and concept to Hudson's Bay Company's Zellers Select and the now-defunct Woolworth.

The first Rossy store in Ontario was opened in August, 2010 in the former town of Val Caron.

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