With over 1,050 locations across Canada, our grocery stores are the heart of our business. They offer amazing opportunities and the added perk of working close to home!
We serve local communities with stores from coast to coast. Our family includes: Atlantic SuperstoreTM, Dominion®, Loblaws®, Maxi®, No Frills®, Provigo Le Marché®, Valu-MartTM, Real Canadian Superstore®, Wholesale ClubTM, Your Independent GrocerTM and ZehrsTM. Together, these stores proudly offer Canadian families convenient locations and a variety of shopping experiences.
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Why work in our stores?
Close to home
With over 1,050 food stores across the country, you can find a place to work in your community.
Corporate social responsibility
As Canada's food and pharmacy leader, we create positive environmental and social change.
Learning and growth
We believe in continuous learning. From our digital courses and training to in-depth orientation programs, we take learning seriously.
We are proud to be an inclusive employer and celebrate the unique strengths of all our colleagues.
Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit? Most of our stores are independently owned. Our franchisees provide Canadians with exceptional service, an array of products and excellent quality. We can help make your dream of owning your own business a reality.
Clara embraces her Indigenous heritage
For Clara Pagnotta, a Colleague Experience Administrator at a Real Canadian Superstore® location in Calgary, promoting diversity and inclusion at work is personal. “It drives everything I do. I know what it’s like to feel like you don’t belong.”
June 21, 2021
Putting our money where mental health is
Last summer, Pascal Niccoli, Associate at a Shoppers Drug Mart® location in Waterloo, Ont., started noticing a concerning shift among his customers, patients and store team: anxiety and stress were on the rise, mental wellbeing was declining, and he was seeing a sharp increase in demand for medications to treat anxiety, depression and other psychiatric disorders. So, Pascal started a conversation that has since snowballed into a half-million-dollar donation to the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA).
June 16, 2021
Catherine and Kyle keep the LGBTQ2SIA+ community safe
When Catherine Nolin attended safe-space training run by Laurentian University a couple of years ago, there was one big takeaway for her: “We can make little changes in the way we practice our everyday habits and these changes can have a big impact on someone’s life.”
June 14, 2021
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