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Why does President’s Choice Children’s Charity matter to you?

Hungry kids experience 27% higher anxiety levels, they miss more school, and they disrupt their class more often. A well-fed child will do better and contribute to a better Canada, so helping our children live life well affects us all. We can be proud that President’s Choice Children’s Charity has become Canada’s largest charitable provider of school meals programs. We can also do more.

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Kathlyne wants you to get nostalgic this holiday season

Kathlyne Ross has some big news to share: the PC® Insiders ReportTM Holiday Edition is back in print. “It’s very exciting,” says Kathlyne, VP Product Development, Innovation, and Sustainability at Loblaw Brands. “You’ve just got to get your hands on it. It’s bigger and better than ever.”

Todd stands in his store wearing his Canada’s Reserve Force uniform showing his medals.

Todd honours Canada's heroes

Serving his country is in Todd Garber’s blood. When Todd, who’s the Meat Manager at an Atlantic Superstore® store in Dartmouth, NS, joined Canada’s Reserve Force more than two decades ago, he was following in the footsteps of his father, a guardsman, and especially his grandfather, an army colonel.

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Beauty at your fingertips

Rayelyn Izzo, a Beauty Specialist at a Shoppers Drug Mart® store in Calgary, AB has been waiting for the Beauty NOWTM platform for years. “The old system was archaic,” she says. “We’d have to wait and wait and we really need to be able to communicate with our clients on a faster technology platform. It’s beauty at our fingertips.”

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Rabie scores a full time gig

As one of the winners of the inaugural Loblaw Striving for Operational Excellence case competition last fall, Rabie Shah was happy just for the chance to claim his prize: an interview for an internship at the company.

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Jamie makes tech work for you

One of the coolest moments in Jamie Gallant’s career happened when she was in her 20s, studying computer science at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. She was researching how to make hearing aids more directional, so they could better tune out background noise.

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