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Shahla and Rebecca stand in front of an elevator at the Loblaw head office holding the tote bags in their hands. 

One million bags for one million kids

How are we going to help President’s Choice Children’s Charity (the “Charity”) feed 1 million children every year? That’s the question Shahla Mulji, Senior Category Director for Omnichannel at Loblaw and her colleague Rebecca Lu, Senior Director, Strategic Projects and Programs, were tasked with answering for the inaugural Million Hungry Minds campaign.

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8 ways Loblaw is fighting food waste

September 29 is the UN’s International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste. In Canada alone, an estimated 60% of food produced– or 35.5 million tonnes – is lost and wasted annually. Loblaw Companies Ltd. takes fighting food waste seriously. We know we have a big part to play in this environmental, social, moral and economic problem.

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Tony shares his culture

“I’ve been an artist since grade eight, I’ve been dancing since I was 5, and singing since I was in grade 6 or 7.” Tony Dawson has also been a forklift operator at DC 35 in Vancouver, BC for the past 28 years. Looking around DC 35, it would be hard to believe that until just a few years ago, Tony’s artistic side was relatively unknown at work. That’s because now, on any given day, you’ll see one of his colleagues wearing a t-shirt with one of his designs.

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Paul’s big impact in a small city

Between raising three small children, coaching sports teams, and running a Shoppers Drug Mart® store, Associate-owner Paul Bazin is a busy man. But despite this, he always makes time for his community.

Ben stands inside a classroom inside his school holding an apple.

Ben’s mission to help feed kids

About 15 years ago, Ben Gillcrist was out for a night on the town in Saint John, NB with some friends when they went into a pizza parlour in the wee hours of the morning. Behind the counter was a student from the elementary school Ben taught at. He was shocked.

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Shirley’s dream comes true

When Shirley Ibe first saw her products listed on the Shoppers Drug Mart® website, she almost couldn’t believe it was finally happening. “In the lead-up to launch day, I was so focused on getting everything done and making sure I was meeting all the requirements, that when we actually launched, I almost had a hard time believing it was real life!” she says. “It just felt so surreal. But eventually, I was like, ‘Oh my god, this is the moment you've been waiting for.’”

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