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Loblaw's (LBLCF) CEO Galen Weston on Q2 2014 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
Good morning. My name is Michelle. I will be your conference operator today. At this time, I would like to welcome everyone to the Loblaw Companies Limited Second Quarter 2014 Results Conference Call.
Grocer Loblaw Companies Ltd. reports second-quarter loss due to one-time charges
As it fights off stiff competition, Loblaw Companies, the country's largest supermarket chain, is focusing on knowing exactly what its customers want.
Canada grocer Loblaw's revenue rises on Shoppers Drug Mart buy
Loblaw Cos Ltd, Canada's largest grocer, reported a 37 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by sales from recently acquired Shoppers Drug Mart.
The Winnipeg Free Press
Shoppers Drug Mart becomes drive-thru
An SUV drove through the front doors of a Shoppers Drug Mart at Leila Avenue and McPhillips Street about 2:45pm Wednesday.
Competition Bureau approves sale of Loblaw, Shoppers stores to improve competition
The Competition Bureau has approved the sale by Loblaw of four retail outlets as part of its conditions for giving its blessing to the $12.4-billion acquisition of Shoppers Drug Mart.
Drugstore must pay man $303.99 for $3.99 ice cream dispute: Judge
A judge has ordered a Quebec City drugstore to pay $303.99 to a customer who didn't get free Breyers ice cream after he was overcharged by $4.
The Globe and Mail
Loblaw shuffles management; Shoppers Drug Mart president to exit
Galen G. Weston will immediately take the role of president, replacing Vicente Trius intends to return to Brazil for 'family reasons.'
Construction closes part of Barry Downe Road ...
Beginning Monday, July 14 at 7 a.m., the northbound curb lane on Barry Downe Road between the entrance to Shoppers Drug Mart and Sparks Street will be closed to complete the construction of an additional northbound lane between Lasalle Boulevard and Sparks Street.
Canadian Business Magazine
How Cornwall, Ontario became Quebec retail's shipping hub
Cornwall, Ontario is a lakeside town of some 59,000 inhabitants, wreathed in forest and, as the postcard above suggests, picture-perfect.