One-third of Ontarians haven’t had an eye exam in over three years, and 55 per cent feel as though eyewear is currently not affordable for Canadians[i], a recent poll found. That’s why today, Specsavers is announcing an investment of $50 million into Ontario to enhance eye health outcomes, reduce preventable blindness and redefine accessible eyecare. […]
Specsavers, the world’s largest optometrist-owned and -led business that recently entered Canada, announces plans to invest in independent optometrists and opticians by covering 100 per cent of location set-up costs as 200 new Specsavers open across the country, investing $100M CAD while creating 2000 jobs.
With the goal of redefining accessible eyecare for Canadians, Specsavers is focused on bringing value-driven prescription eyewear paired with inclusive clinical care, advanced equipment, and unrivaled network of professional expertise to deliver best-in class service every day.