Grocery store earnings and possibly some support for Canada's struggling news industry coming this week
"The short-term potential for pharmacies to distribute medical cannabis could be a growth vector," said Metro CEO Eric La Fleche on Monday.
At least $1.50 has been artificially baked into the price of a loaf of bread during a 16-year-long bread price-fixing conspiracy involving the country's largest bakery wholesalers and grocery…
Pharmacy owners are bracing for "an industry-wide impact" from lower generic drug prices coming in April, the CEO of Metro Inc., which has a deal to buy Quebec's largest pharmacy chain, said Tuesda
The company says it earned nearly $1.3 billion or $5.67 per share for its first quarter, boosted by the sale of its stake in Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. to help fund its deal to buy the Jean Coutu…
Grocery chain Metro Inc. will report its first-quarter results and NAFTA talks wrap up round six this week.
Canadian grocers have been increasing their e-commerce offerings following Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods which sparked speculation about its ambitions to grow food delivery in Canada.
Answers to the price fixing on bread products allegations, a big week for pipelines and other stories in Canadian business.
Loblaw spokesman Kevin Groh said the grocery industry faces a variety of pressures and the announced job cuts don't relate to any single one, including rising minimum wage.
Another Canadian grocery store and pharmacy chain conglomerate could be on the horizon as Metro Inc. and Jean Coutu Group are "engaged in exclusive discussions" about a roughly $4.5-billion merger.