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Toronto Commuters Will Soon Be Able to Pick Up Their Groceries at GO Stations

Groceries: ain’t nobody got time for that. Recognizing no business can survive these days without offering an on-the-go service, Loblaws and Metrolinx are teaming up to outfit GO transit stations with grocery pick-up locations. The locations – kiosks, lockers or refrigerated trucks – will be located within close proximity to the parking lot

Loblaws Could Soon Sell Medical Marijuana

In addition to your groceries, dry cleaning, and clothing, you could also grab your weed at Loblaws. Now that’s the definition of a one-stop shop. During a shareholders’ meeting in Toronto on Thursday, May 3, Galen G. Weston – the head of Canada’s largest grocery and pharmacy chain – revealed he wanted

Loblaws Removes French’s Ketchup From Its Shelves Despite Skyrocketing Sales

*** Update: The Toronto Star is now reporting that Loblaws will continue with the sale of French’s ketchup due to boycott threats and public outrage.*** It didn’t matter if French’s ketchup was flying off the shelves at Loblaws, the Canadian grocery retailer wanted the product out of its stores. Loblaws has recently

Loblaw Companies Will Close 52 Stores Across Canada Over the Next 12 Months

Loblaw Companies, a corporation that recorded a second-quarter profit of $185 million and currently operates over 2,300 stores, will close 52 unprofitable locations across Canada over the next year. President and executive chairman Galen Weston Jr. said the decision is part of finding efficiencies in the face of slowed growth. In