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“As soon as August rolls around, my teacher brain turns on again and I’m thinking already about back-to-school shopping,” says Grade 2 Teacher Maria DiBenedetto-Ruffolo. “I don’t like to wait until the last minute. I like to have everything ready. I usually shop now, around mid-August.”For this “Back to School” season, Walmart Canada is helping…
August 11, 2022
By Jon Rumley, Walmart Canada Corporate AffairsDive into the deep blue sea of a Walmart Canada store to find a whale of a deal — the Blue Whale Pillow.Filled and finished in Montreal by Hollander Sleep Products exclusively for Walmart Canada, the Blue Whale Pillow has been a top-selling product for years both online and in-store at Walmart.ca…
August 4, 2022
By Jon Rumley, Walmart Canada Corporate AffairsFor around 150 years, there was a vibrant Black community in Halifax known as Africville. At one time, it was a “thriving, close-knit community,” home to stores, a school, a post office and a church, along with around 400 Black Canadians who came to Nova Scotia for a better life.In Africville,…
July 25, 2022
By Stephanie Fusco, Walmart Canada Corporate AffairsWalmart Canada’s fleet has expanded to include our first 60-foot multi-temperature refrigerated trailer. It’s also the first of its kind for Walmart in North America.The custom-built multi-temp refrigerated trailer allows us to ship more freight to stores in a single trip, resulting in improved…
July 22, 2022
By Nichole Haley, Professional Services District Manager, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and half of Nova ScotiaI was in my late teens. I graduated from community college with my pharmacy assistant certificate.I had been working at my local pharmacy for about a year. I enjoyed what I was doing. I was learning a lot. I thought I would always…
July 20, 2022
By AnnMarie Mercer, Chief People Officer, Walmart CanadaWith inflation levels on the rise, we know some Canadian families are struggling to put food on the table. Walmart Canada is committed to doing our part – particularly those who work behind the scenes to keep our shelves stocked and Canadians fed.And today, on Grocery Heroes Day, I want to…
July 19, 2022
By Suzanne Knight, Walmart Canada Vice President, Transformation ServicesEverything became real the moment I saw their faces.It was a Ukrainian couple with a young child asking for help on a video call. They were among the millions of Ukrainians who fled their homes when their country became a warzone in late February.They had nowhere to go and no…
July 18, 2022
By Jon Rumley, Walmart Canada Corporate AffairsWhen Thomas Wade Shaw’s daughter was born prematurely, Ronald McDonald House Charities® Atlantic was there.Molly only weighed a pound when she was born at 22 weeks gestation on Dec. 9, 2016. As a micro preemie, she needed care at the IWK Health Centre in Halifax, several hours away from Wade’s…
July 14, 2022
By Michael Watson, Walmart Canada Vice President, People, Stores and Supply ChainThe competition for talent is fierce.All over the country companies are looking for the best-of-the-best.Walmart founder Sam Walton once said, “If you want the people in the stores to take care of the customers, you have to make sure you're taking care of the people…
July 12, 2022
When Sam Walton opened his first Walmart, he was inspired by a simple goal – to help people save money so they could live better. That goal became a defining principle in everything Sam and his associates did and, in pursuing it, they changed the world. Walmart Canada is proud to be part of this legacy, opening its doors in 1994 through the acquisition of the Woolco chain. In the 28 years since we first launched in Canada, we’ve lived up to Sam’s promise, and Canadians are better for it. Here’s the impact of the Walmart business in Canada:

· More than 400 stores in communities across Canada
· 1.5 million customers in-store daily
· 1.5 million daily online customers @ Walmart.ca
· One of Canada’s largest employers with more than 100,000 associates
· Work with 2,100 Canadian suppliers
· Raised and donated more than $500 million to charities
· Recognized by Canadians as the country’s biggest corporate champions of diversity and inclusion (Solutions Research Group survey of Canadians)
· One of the Top 10 Most Influential Brands in Canada (Ipsos Research)
· The Most Popular Brand in Canada (Business Financing – based on Google searches)
Providing our associates every opportunity to succeed is just as important as helping Canadian families save money and live better.
We believe its our duty and responsibility to give back into communities across Canada, as it’s where our customers and associates live, work and play.
At Walmart, we are on a journey to do right by our planet and do everything we can do reduce our impact on the environment.