Loblaw to Eliminate All Single-Use Plastic Shopping Bags From Its Stores by Early 2023

June 21, 2022 Loblaw Companies Limited

Loblaw Companies Limited announced plans to eliminate all single-use plastic shopping bags from its corporate and franchise grocery stores, pharmacies, and PC Express service across the country, to be completed by the end of the first quarter of 2023.  This move completes a 15-year journey, which commenced with the company being one of the first major retailers in Canada to implement a pay-for-bag program to help reduce plastic waste.

Loblaw Companies Limited Completes Acquisition of Lifemark Health Group

Loblaw Companies Limited confirmed the closing of the previously announced acquisition of Lifemark Health Group from Audax Private Equity.

T&T Supermarkets Continues to Expand Footprint With Four New Stores in 2022

March 7, 2022 Loblaw Companies Limited

Continuing its steady expansion across the country, T&T Supermarkets today announced plans to open two stores in Western Canada over the next year. These are in addition to a new location in Toronto at CF Fairview Mall and T&T’s first store in Montreal, both announced in recent months. 

Loblaw Companies Limited Moves Forward with Plans to Electrify Fleet with the Introduction of Freightliner eCascadia

July 23, 2021 Loblaw Companies Limited

Loblaw Companies Limited took an important step on its journey to move its corporately-owned trucking fleet to electric vehicles, with the introduction of Daimler Trucks North America’s (DTNA) battery-electric Freightliner eCascadia to routes in British Columbia. The company first trialed the eCascadia in early 2020 as part of Freightliner’s Customer Experience (CX) fleet. Now, Loblaw has placed an initial order for five vehicles to be delivered in 2022/2023.

Gatik and Loblaw Deploy Canada’s First Autonomous Delivery Fleet

November 27, 2020 Loblaw Companies Limited

Beginning January 2021, Gatik will provide Loblaw with a safe, reliable, contactless delivery solution for transporting multi-temperature goods from its automated picking facility to retail locations across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). This deployment marks the first autonomous delivery fleet in Canada.