Company Statements

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 from January 8, 2018 to May 8, 2018....
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2017-06-29 Loblaw renews commitment to the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh
Today, Loblaw proudly joined leading international brands in a renewed commitment to the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh, working to provide protection and workplace safety in Bangladesh factories. 
Our three-year renewal will help extend the Accord’s good work, auditing and eliminating building risks in the facilities where suppliers produce our goods – and putting workers’ interests first. We appreciate the work done to date under the Accord, with 1,600 factories inspected and improved, and health and safety training conducted in factories employing nearly half-a-million workers. However, we know there is more to be done.
In addition to the controls and legal commitments of the Accord, Loblaw is separately continuing to monitor workplace conditions in various global production facilities, with on-the-ground experts active in six countries where our goods are produced. Further, the company publicly lists the names of all...
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Press Releases

2019-01-15 Loblaw Announces Expanded Responsibilities for Company President, Sarah Davis
Today, Loblaw Companies Limited (TSX:L, "Loblaw") announced that Sarah Davis will assume expanded responsibilities in her role as President. In addition to day-to-day oversight of Loblaw's business performance, she adds full responsibility for the company's 13-member Management Board, and expands her direct-reporting lines with the addition of Finance and Human Resources. Davis continues to report to Galen G. Weston, who becomes Executive Chairman, Loblaw Companies Limited. Loblaw's executive leadership is otherwise unchanged as a result of this announcement. In her 12 years at Loblaw, Davis has served as Chief Financial Officer, Chief Administrative Officer, and the executive lead of most business and operational functions. She has been President since January 2017. "Sarah and I have worked closely for over a decade, and she has played an important role in many of Loblaw's most defining moments: the formation of Choice Properties, the acquisition of Shoppers Drug Mart, the creation...
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2019-01-02 Canadians are spending more time with the company of a screen than with friends and family sharing a meal
 As Canadians finalize their New Year's resolutions, President's Choice® is calling for 'eating together' to be added to their lists. With the PC Eat Together™ movement, the brand continues its journey to inspire more Canadians to get back to the table, demonstrating the social power of sharing a meal. According to a national survey conducted by President's Choice® (PC®) *, 92 percent of Canadians want to spend more time enjoying a meal with loved ones. However, many are guilty of prioritizing screen time and viewing the incredible moments of others over the incredible moments in front them: almost 1 in 3 Canadians (29 percent) admit to spending more than four hours of their free time engaging with screens each day; while 43 percent say they spend less than one hour each day enjoying a meal with friends and family. "The act of eating together is very simple, yet the positive impacts are significant," says Uwe Stueckmann, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Loblaw Companies Limited....
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