The retailer says it's unfair they were forced to shut 12 locations while other stores can sell similar items.
The Montreal-based retailer says it can no longer continue operating.
The country could be in for a bumpy economic ride as COVID-19's second wave hits, experts are warning.
Canada's economy will be operating "below capacity for the foreseeable future."
The company also operates RW&Co., Penningtons, Addition Elle and Thyme Maternity.
Companies are asking for access to the financial support being offered to small businesses.
The coffee chain will also close locations in malls, universities and virus hot spots.
Customers will still be able to shop online for the time being, the company says.
Restaurants in Calgary are reporting sales drops of 70 to 80 per cent.
The move comes after Tim Hortons abandoned its foray into fake meat.