At Target Printers, we make sure your ideas always look good on paper. Whether you need a new letterhead for your business or a flyer for your community group, our print jobs are crisp, clean and vibrant. If you have a file that’s ready to print, feel free to email us and receive a quote on your project. Should you require design help, send us an email using the eform on this page, and our team at our Fort St. John store will help you bring your ideas to life.
Welcome to The Canadian Brewhouse!
Let us introduce ourselves and get to know each other!
The Canadian Brewhouse started in Alberta in 2002 with one location that has since grown to 27! Seventeen of our locations are in Alberta, including; the Edmonton area, Grande Prairie, Lloydminster, Red Deer, Camrose, Fort McMurray, Calgary, Okotoks, Airdrie and Cochrane! We also have locations in Regina and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and Winnipeg, Manitoba!
We opened our first Canadian Brewhouse & Grill location in Kelowna, British Columbia in 2015, and are continuing to expand in BC. Our Abbotsford location opened in 2016, and Prince George, Fort Saint John & Richmond opened in 2017. In fact, The Canadian Brewhouse, and The Canadian Brewhouse & Grill will be growing for many years to come.
Our one-of-a-kind Canadian themed sports bar & grill has an extensive menu of appetizers, entrees, drinks and amazing specials every night of the week.
You’ll note our Canadian decor starts right when you walk up to our huge Inuksuk at our doors and continues throughout the restaurant in a “cheeky” Canadian fashion.
We promise, when you come to The Canadian Brewhouse, you’ll instantly feel at home, because our house is your house…only we have way more TVs! You won’t find a better selection of screens anywhere for the sports you love! We even provide tabletop speakers for those nights when multiple sports and teams are playing.
We also believe being part of a community means giving back. We’ve been raising funds for various charities through events and fundraisers for over 10 years. Charities like The Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation, Breast Cancer Research, Prostate Cancer (Movember) and many local initiatives that are important to our neighbours in various communities.
Our house is your house, The Canadian Brewhouse
The Lido Theatre
Originally built by businessman C.C. Brooks, The Lido opened in 1957, ushering in 45 years of classic films up on the big screen. This was until 2002 when the doors of The Lido were closed and the new Landmark Cinema was opened in town. It wasn’t until 2007, after five years of abandonment, that The Lido was reopened and reenvisioned by local entrepreneur Brian Kirschner.
No longer just a movie theatre, The Lido is now a beast with many heads, having become an essential cog of cultural growth in the youthful community of Fort St. John.