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Shenaz and employees smile inside their store’s beauty section. 
Health and wellness

Shenaz gives from the heart

“It’s a dark topic, but it needs to be talked about.” Shenaz Singh is referring to violence against women, which is a much more prevalent problem than many people realize. In fact, more than 4 in 10 women in Canada have experienced some form of intimate partner violence in their lifetime.*

A Joe Fresh model with a prosthetic leg from the Spring campaign, wearing a light green activewear set.
Diversity and inclusion

Joe Fresh is championing diversity

When Joe Fresh Art Direction Lead Talle Tian began thinking about the brand’s spring activewear campaign—which landed in stores in early 2023 and features a diverse range of models, including athlete Allison Lang, who wears a prosthetic leg—she wanted to do something a little bit different than the typical ‘new year, new you’ approach.

A photo of Bobby standing inside the office smiling.
Diversity and inclusion

Embracing diversity and leading change: Bobby's journey of success

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Our company has a long-standing commitment to be a diverse and inclusive place to work and shop. This is an important part of our purpose - Live Life Well - and our culture and values. Bobby Gale (they/them), Director, Analytical & Data Platforms at Loblaw, has long been an embodiment of this commitment, showcasing how a passion for DEI can shape a successful and impactful career.

A photo of Dipak standing and smiling while wearing a President’s Choice Children’s Charity t-shirt. 

Dipak is passionate about Get to Give Day and you should be too

Category Director for Natural Food in Market Merchandising, Dipak Pandya, has been volunteering with President’s Choice Children’s Charity for over a decade.

A photo of Malia standing outside smiling 
Diversity and inclusion

How Loblaw is helping support Indigenous students like Malia

Malia Robinson never saw herself going to university. Academia wasn’t something that anyone in her family ever talked to her about. Plus, after high school, she went through a really hard time.

A photo showcasing several PC products whose packaging have been redesigned to be reusable or recyclable.

No (plastic) stone left unturned

The challenges posed by plastic waste are well documented. Products can accumulate in landfill, pollute our oceans and landscapes, harm marine life and degrade ecosystems. Inconsistent methods of recyclability make the problem worse, by increasing waste volume and demoralizing those trying to do the right thing.