Company Statements

2019-04-02 Loblaw expresses support for continuation of the Transition Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh
As one of the first signatories to the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh and the subsequent Transition Accord, Loblaw remains committed to ongoing progress to provide better protection for workers and to increase workplace safety in Bangladesh factories. We are proud of the work done to date under the Accord, with 1,600 factories inspected and improved, and health and safety trainings conducted in factories employing over more than 1.5 million workers.  We remain certain that the economy and manufacturing communities of Bangladesh benefit from the presence and operation of the Accord.  With a remediation rate of close to 90%, there has been significant progress to date but more needs to be done. To that end, we support the ongoing discussions between the Brand and Trade Union representatives and the domestic industry association, and ask the Bangladesh Government to allow for the continued operation of the Accord in Bangladesh until the work can be...
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2018-01-08 $25 Loblaw Card
Loblaw discovered that Canadians were overcharged for the cost of some packaged bread products in our stores and other grocery stores across Canada. In response, we’re offering eligible customers a $25 Loblaw Card, which can be used to purchase items sold in our grocery stores across Canada. Registration and terms are available at www.LoblawCard.ca from January 8, 2018 to May 8, 2018....
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2019-05-15 Shop where you stop: PC Express grocery pick-up now available at select TTC subway stations
Loblaw Companies Ltd (TSX: L, "Loblaw") has opened PC Express pick-up services at three Toronto subway stations in a pilot with the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC). The service will allow commuters to pre-order groceries online for pick up on their way home that evening. " PC Express will make Toronto commuters' lives a little bit easier by putting their groceries right on their transit route home," said Herman Paek, Senior Vice President, Loblaw Digital. "As we cover the GTA with easy grocery pick-up and delivery options, we're helping our customers live their lives uninterrupted, spending more time doing the things they love." Today, customers can place an online web (pcexpress.ca) or app order and choose one of three PC Express pickup locations within the TTC network: Finch, High Park and Islington stations. Orders placed by 11:00am will be available for pick up between 4:00pm and 7:00pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for commuters.  Residents near the High Park station can also...
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2019-05-13 Haul or Nothing: No Frills® Gets Animated with Video Game Launch Hauler Aisles of Glory™
No Frills is helping Canadians get their virtual shopping carts ready for the ultimate hauler experience with earning PC Optimum points in real life with the release of Hauler Aisles of Glory ™, a retro 8-bit 2D animation video game. A web-based game, played in-browser on mobile, tablet and desktop, Hauler Aisles of Glory is a key part of the new No Frills marketing campaign that launched on May 6 th . "Every major sport has a video game franchise, so why should hauling be any different?" says Uwe Stueckmann, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Loblaw Companies. "The best haulers aren't born - they're made. This game is designed to let them practice before they head to No Frills for an epic haul." Based on the in-store shopping experience, Haulers will train for their next shopping trip by running through an 8-bit animated No Frills , collecting points for hauling groceries and avoiding unnecessary frills and obstacles not commonly found at grocery stores like diamonds, limousines, and...
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