Loblaw said Thursday that Galen G. Weston, the company’s executive chairman, has also been named president, replacing Vicente Trius, who resigned. The executive change — one of several top-level transitions announced by the Brampton, Ontario-based retailer — is effective immediately. Weston, scion of the family controlling Loblaw parent George Weston Ltd., is responsible for setting the strategic direction of the company and in leading the board. In assuming the position of ...

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