Prince Rupert's Land is sold to the government of Canada, in exchange for prairie land and 300,000 pounds of cash.
Hudson Bay started building chain of stores in western Canada.
Hudson Bay Company stores are converted and published under the bay banner.
The company begins expanding east by taking over Montreal's Morgan’s department stores, Moving Ontario locations to The Bay banner but allowing Quebec stores as Morgan’s until the 1970's.
The company acquires the Zeller's discount chain to be applied.
Hudson Bay Company purchases, Simpsons department stores. HBC has been bought and owned by the Thomson Family, Was bidding against George Weston ltd for a 75 per cent ownership of the company.
The Northern store division stops dealing the fur pelts because there was pressure applied from animals rights group.
HBC purchases a bunch of Woodward's stores in British Columbia and Alberta and changes most to Bay or Zellers locations.
The Thomson Family eventually gave up the ownership of the company.
Jerry Zucker starts gathering holdings in the Hudson Bay Company and then two years go buy then Jerry Zucker bids 1.1 billion to buy the company and make it a private enterprise