TORONTO — Loblaw Cos. here said it sees opportunities to expand its food offerings to more locations and to gain expertise in health and pharmacy through the acquisition of Shoppers Drug Mart announced last week. Loblaw agreed to buy Shoppers, Canada’s largest drug store chain, for about $11.9 billion (U.S.). “This transformational partnership changes the retail landscape in Canada. With scale and capability, we will be able to accelerate our momentum and strengthen ...

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