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Life at Loblaw
Jenna puts patient care first
Jenna Swart, a pharmacist at the Atlantic Superstore® pharmacy in Summerside, Prince Edward Island, was just doing her job. But for a mother and her autistic son, Jenna was the difference between him getting vaccinated against COVID-19 or not.
Divina makes the cut
In 1994, not long after she arrived in Canada from the Philippines, Divina Dulay heard about a position as a part-time meat clerk at Loblaws®, but she wasn’t sure if it was right for her. “Growing up, I thought butchering and cutting meat was a job that strong men did, like I saw in markets and stores,” she says. But after receiving training from more senior meat-cutters, she realized it wasn’t hard – actually, it was kind of… awesome!
Kehmal lets the music play
When customers arrive at the Loblaws® location on The Kingsway in Etobicoke, Ont., they never know what song Kehmal Mossap will be singing. Sometimes it’s gospel, sometimes it’s soca, sometimes it’s old-school R&B, like “Celebration” or “We Are Family.” But whatever the tune, customers know Kehmal, a security guard at the store who deejays on the side, will bring a dose of positivity to their grocery-shopping experience.
Peter’s love of community
Peter Boyd has a lot of stories to share — the kinds of stories that illustrate how human connection, empathy and open-mindedness truly have the power to change lives. For the past six years, the owner of Peter’s Your Independent GrocerTM (YIG) in Kelowna, B.C., where he’s lived since 1989, has helped new Canadians land their first job in this country.
Lynda is a strong leader
Lynda Sauve, HMR Manager at Zehrs® in Stratford, Ontario has always had a passion for learning new things and being involved in her store. In fact, in her almost 20 years with the business, her natural sense of curiosity has opened many doors for her and led to roles of increasing responsibility. Yet something held her back from putting up her hand to be an Assistant Store Manager (ASM).