Brian Dunn

Brian
Dunn
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METRO PLANS EXPANSION WITH METRO PLUS STORES 
MONTREAL -- Metro here will continue to invest millions of dollars to defend its market share in Quebec with a new banner while continuing its expansion
GERMAN DISCOUNTER EYES CANADA 
MONTREAL -- A major European discounter is preparing a rollout of grocery stores in Canada with up to 200 new outlets over the next few years.Lidl & Schwarz
LOBLAW PREPARES FOR WAL-MART'S CANADIAN INVASION 
TORONTO -- Loblaw Cos. will continue to expand its general merchandise while focusing on offering lower prices to consumers, the company said at its annual
INDEPENDENTS TURN ON METRO AND ITS CEO 
MONTREAL -- Independent member-merchants of Metro, based here, are suing the grocer and want a judge to force Chief Executive Pierre Lessard to return
WAL-MART SET TO DEBUT SAM'S CLUBS IN CANADA 
TORONTO -- Wal-Mart Stores will introduce its Sam's Club stores to Canada with the initial focus on the $14.7 billion (U.S.) food market in Ontario, where
SOBEYS TO CUT BACK ON PRIVATE LABEL 
STELLARTON, Nova Scotia -- Sobeys here has decided to cut its private-label program by 5% this year in an effort to distinguish itself from competitor
LOBLAW INVESTS IN NONFOOD CATEGORIES TO GROW SALES 
TORONTO (FNS) -- Loblaw Cos. is expanding its product offerings across Canada with plans to sell gas, hardware and other household goods and electronics
METRO BOARD EXTENDS LESSARD'S TERM 
MONTREAL (FNS) -- Metro's board of directors has given Pierre Lessard, president and chief executive officer, a vote of confidence by renewing his mandate
CANADA'S METRO TURNS IN STRONG QUARTERLY EARNINGS 
MONTREAL (FNS) -- Metro here achieved a 23% increase in its first-quarter net income for the three months ended Dec. 22, 2001, boosted in part by a continued
LOBLAW TO OPEN THREE SUPERCENTERS 
TORONTO (FNS) -- Loblaw Cos. here is planning to open three new supercenters in Ontario by year-end similar to its Real Canadian Superstore, a chain of
A&P CANADA GOING STRONG, BUT COULD BE SOLD 
MONTREAL (FNS) -- Speculation continues to grow that A&P Canada, a wholly owned subsidiary of A&P, Montvale, N.J., will soon be sold to help pay down
LOBLAW TO UNION: HELP US BE MORE COMPETITIVE 
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia (FNS) -- Loblaw Cos., Toronto, is hinting it may need concessions from its unions to combat the growing presence of nonunionized
SUMMER STOCK 
MONTREAL (FNS) -- With most of the country gripped in the claws of winter for four months of the year, summer promotions are an integral part of the sales
MAPLE LEAF FOODS AGREES TO PURCHASE MULTI-MARQUES 
MONTREAL (FNS) -- Maple Leaf Foods, Toronto, has agreed to buy Multi-Marques, here, a major Quebec bakery with annual revenue of $200 million ($300 million
METRO SHAREHOLDERS BACK CEO ON BOARD SELECTIONS 
MONTREAL (FNS) -- Pierre Lessard, chief executive officer of Metro here, succeeded last week in having shareholders elect his candidates for the company's

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