Helping Canadians Live Life Well®
We believe that Canada can — and should — be the happiest and healthiest country in the world. And we have a vital role to play in achieving this goal. As a fourth generation Canadian company, we help Canadians feed their families, care for loved ones, clothe themselves, and simplify their finances.
We're one of the country’s largest food distributors. Our range of shopping formats and product lines cater to varying tastes and budgets. Because no two Canadians are the same.
We bring the best in health and wellness to communities across Canada.
More than a drugstore
Medical Cannabis by ShoppersTM
We bring the elements of modern style to life. From quality fashion and beauty basics to the latest seasonal trends.
The building blocks of personal style
PC Financial® products make everyday transactions simple and rewarding. Our products have no annual or monthly fees and customers earn PC OptimumTM points to spend on beauty, grocery and so much more.
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Crystal paves the path less travelled
When Crystal Furey began her career over 20 years ago, she rarely saw another female in the room. She graduated as an industrial engineer from the Technical University of Nova Scotia, where she was one of just six women in the class. Today, she’s the only female General Manager of distribution at Loblaw. She leads two of Atlantic Canada’s five Loblaw Distribution Centres: DC 21 in Halifax and DC 15 in St. John’s.
November 19, 2020
Scott remembers his fellow soldiers
For Scott Winkler, Remembrance Day is personal. It’s about honouring the men and women — including those he served alongside in the Canadian Military — who made the ultimate sacrifice in the pursuit of peace and freedom. Scott, a Transportation Reconciliation Specialist who typically works out of our Maple Grove distribution centre in Cambridge, Ont., served three years as a member of the 1st Battalion Royal Canadian Regiment in the early 1990s.
November 11, 2020
Ange-Lyne signs in
Earlier this summer, a manager at a Loblaws® store in Ottawa captured a short video of a heartwarming scene: 21-year-old barista Ange-Lyne Patenaude using sign language to communicate with a regular customer who is deaf and usually gives his order by typing it on his phone.
October 26, 2020