Loblaw President and Executive Chair Galen Weston

The Power List: Galen Weston is the country’s most powerful—and controversial—grocery mogul

While Canadians struggled to pay their weekly grocery bills, Weston has received heat for his astronomical wealth
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Why it is so perilous to mess with the price of bread

What was Loblaws thinking? Bread is no mere food product. It’s a part of human history, religion and culture; it is the staff of life.

Where to donate your $25 Loblaws gift card: find your nearest food bank here

How to find the closest food bank in each province and territory to donate your Loblaws bread price fixing card

Is price fixing a major problem in Canada?

Opinion: Despite the righteous outrage over an admitted scheme to fix the price of bread, the reality is that Canada’s system largely works

Loblaw could owe you much more than $25

After 14 years of inflating the cost of bread, the grocery giant’s gift card mea culpa is not enough, say class action lawyers

The Morning Playbook: Monday’s business news

March 9: A flurry of hype before Apple’s timely announcement. Plus, Greece, a Loblaw expansion, and the life and times of a Pigeon King

Canadian retailers in the spotlight — for all the wrong reasons

Your top financial and economic news for Nov. 18

Honey, they shrank the food!

It’s not your imagination: Some of your favourite foods have been downsized at the grocery store, and you’re paying the same.
Cupcake with scaffolding.  Photo Ilustration by Sarah MacKinnon

Building a better cupcake: How the grocery wars may be won

Shoppers want local, natural and artisanal products—and grocery giants are fighting it out to give them to us.