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Our Story

Little Caesars is an international brand and household name - and it has come a long way since its start as a single store in Garden City, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit in 1959, and the opening of its first Canadian franchise in 1969. Little Caesars is growing, looking for franchisees to help bring HOT-N-READY pizza to communities nationwide. There are opportunities in nearly every province across Canada.

Little Caesars continues to innovate to provide more value to more people in more places. This means business opportunities for entrepreneurs, new stores across the world, tasty and convenient new products and marketing innovations that delight customers. Most important, Little Caesars remains focused on what it does best: providing pizza made with our finest ingredients at a great price around the world.

Why Little Caesars

  • Our pillars of success are based on industry leading quality, value, and convenience to our customers.
  • Proven, simple operations that foster growth for our franchisees.
  • We are dedicated to providing ongoing training and support.
  • Little Caesars connects with communities from coast to coast.
  • We have over 50 years of tradition and brand recognition.
  • We have partnerships with several financial institutions.


Artist rendering of a Little Caesars storefront
Carry out concept
1,200 sq. ft.
  • Inline or End Unit
  • Shopping destinations with ample parking
  • Drive-thru Opportunities
  • Young families


Gas Stations/Convenience Stores, Airports, Mass Transit Terminals, Stadiums, Hospitals, Universities/Colleges
  • Separate Exterior Door
Artist rendering of a Little Caesars front counter
Classic Express
Minimum 800 square feet
  • Full Menu
Artist rendering of a Little Caesars front counter
Cashier Express
675 square feet
  • Limited Express menu with separate register
Artist rendering of a Little Caesars location
Self-Serve Express
475 square feet
  • Limited Express menu
  • Grab-and-go concept

Available Opportunities

  • Edmonton (SW, SE, NW), AB
  • Calgary (NE, SE), AB
  • Milton, ON
  • Toronto, ON
  • Shelburne, ON
  • Saint John, NB
  • Calgary (SW), AB
  • Cold Lake, AB
  • Edmonton, (NW), AB
  • Martensville, SK
  • Renfrew, ON
  • Greely, ON
Opening Soon
  • Brooks, AB
  • Canmore, AB
  • Edmonton, AB
  • Melfort, SK
  • Regina, SK
  • Rockwood, ON
  • Hamilton, ON
  • Cochrane, ON

New Store Availability – If there is an area not included in this list that you’d like to discuss, please email: [email protected]

Next Steps

Thanks for your interest in learning more about Little Caesars franchise. Here are some great ways to learn more about Little Caesars:

1) Join us at our next 'Franchising with Little Caesars' webinar!

Learn more about Little Caesars from the comfort of your computer. This presentation is 30 minutes packed full of great content! You'll learn more about our history, why pizza?, how we provide marketing and operational support and the what it takes to become a franchisee It's worth the 30 minutes to see if you're ready to be your own boss!

Franchising with Little Caesars Presentation occurs several times. Please register for the date and time that works best for you:

A 30-minute overview of what's involved in becoming a Little Caesars franchisee. Why IS Little Caesars the Fastest Growing Carry-out Only Pizza Chain in the WORLD?!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

2) You can also visit us at future franchising events:
3) Fill out the following form to request more information::

Franchise Information Request

If you…

  • Have $350k net worth, of which $150k is liquid (cash/stocks/secured line of credit)
  • Will be the operating yourself or will have a minimum 20% operating partner
  • Have a passion for the brand with a strong work ethic
  • Are involved in the community
  • Have the ability to lead a team
  • Like to have fun

Please complete the following contact form to download our brochure and application, which includes a description of our discovery process, and financial breakdown.