Intercity Shopping Centre is a regional shopping mall in Thunder Bay, Ontario. It is a 2-stored shopping centre hosting 102 stores and services (4 anchor tenants) on the total retail floor area of 456,430 square feet (42,404 m2). It offers a parking lot for 2,226 places.
Intercity offers 102 shops & services including Sears, Zellers, American Eagle, HomeSense, West 49 & Sport Chek.
In the 1990s, the entire Intercity site was redesigned. Part of the expansion would take place on land formerly used as part of the Canadian Lakehead Exhibition. The strip mall was demolished and a more modern mall was constructed with Sears and a new Zellers serving as anchor tenants.
The mall is jointly owned by Osmington Inc. and the CPP Investment Board, a Crown Corporation created by Parliament in 1997 to invest the money of the Canada Pension Plan.