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Sofia stands with her arms crossed inside her Shoppers Drug Mart location

The beauty of connection

Like many of us, I am in a personal season of transition that is sometimes really difficult to navigate. But despite what I’m going through, I show up to work every day and act like nothing’s wrong. The truth is, we ALL have our good and bad days. My relationships with my work family often provide me with comfort, support, and a distraction from my reality. I believe that many of my customers visit me for the same reasons.

Gord stands smiling inside a Shoppers Drug Mart location. 
Health and wellness

Gord celebrates six decades with Shoppers Drug Mart

Let’s turn the calendar back to 1961. John Diefenbaker was Prime Minister. A dozen eggs were 55 cents. West Side Story was number one at the box office. And Chubby Checker was dominating the charts with “Let’s Twist Again.”

Shannon, Richard and their son Nathan stand inside a No Frills store.

Building a legacy with Shannon and Richard

For Shannon and Richard Montanaro, working towards owning their own No Frills franchise in their home province of Ontario is a no brainer. In fact, it would be much like joining the family business.

Vidya sits with her two kids inside her home office.

Vidya navigates her career gap

After spending the better part of a decade taking care of her young family, Vidya Janakiraman decided she was ready to return to the workforce. There was just one problem: it was mid-pandemic, and she had no idea where to start.

Olga sits with her two kids who are both wearing the new pieces from the back to school Joe Fresh and President’s Choice Children’s Charity campaign.

Olga is ready for back to school

Back to school looks a little different at Joe Fresh this year. For the first time, the clothing brand is partnering with the President’s Choice Children’s Charity on a capsule collection inspired by the charitable organization’s mission: to help kids go far, not hungry. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the items (up to $75,000), will go towards providing good food for Canadian kids in school and during the summer.

April stands inside her kitchen at home.
Health and wellness

April opens up about her mental health

When April Ramhit started working at Loblaw as a Customer Service Specialist, Fresh Meat in 2020, she had already been dealing with mental illness for decades. In fact, she remembers being depressed at just seven years old.

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