How Tonya breaks the bias

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Alessandra stands inside a Real Canadian Superstore in front of a PC Financial pavillion.

Alessandra mentors the business leaders of tomorrow

When Alessandra Bisaillon learned about the PC Financial® Resilience Project Accelerator, she’d only been working at PC Bank for two months. The program is the product of a partnership with Enactus Canada, an organization that fosters entrepreneurial spirit at post-secondary institutions. With PC Financials' commitment to Enactus, six teams of university students across Canada are tasked with creating a project that promotes financial literacy and education in underserved populations.

Charmaine stands next to the PC pizza oven inside the test kitchen at head office.

Charmaine is diving into summer

Charmaine Baan has tested every single product in the PC® Insiders ReportTM Summer Edition, and she thinks you’re going to love them all. As the PC® Test Kitchen Chef, she tastes and tweaks food and kitchen products, dreams up PC recipes, and creates preparation instructions for packaging.

Cynthia and Luke stand side by side inside their store in front of the fruit stands. 

How Cynthia’s store diverts food from the landfill

“It’s empowering.” That’s how Store Manager Cynthia Dawson and Assistant Store Manager Luke Edgar-Robertson describe the food-rescue efforts underway at their Zehrs® store in Owen Sound, Ont.

The cover of the ESG report, which is a collection of images of different colleagues in stores.

5 things to know about the ESG report

If you’re looking for an overview of the many things we are doing to deliver on our purpose, to help Canadians live life well, look no further than our just-released 15th annual ESG Report (the “Report”). We encourage everyone to read the Report, because it covers A LOT of ground on our environmental, social and governance commitments.

Stuart stands in the centre of his store’s floor

Stuart is a franchisee – and cannabis retailer

Stuart Parker tries to always have his finger on the pulse of what’s next in grocery retail. After the 46-year-old owner of Parker’s Your Independent Grocer® (YIG) in North Bay, ON purchased the franchise in 2013, he quickly set about making changes. He expanded the organic produce department, rode the keto wave, and now offers one of the largest gluten-free selection in the city.

Jackie stands in the store holding her free groceries for a year cheque.

Jackie loves her PC Money Account

Long before she started working at Atlantic Superstore® in Dartmouth, N.S., Jackie McClure liked to shop smart. Over the last 10 years, she diligently perused deals and collected PC OptimumTM points at grocery stores, Shoppers Drug Mart®, and gas stations.

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