TORONTO — Loblaw Cos. here Monday said that it would no longer provide complimentary plastic bags to consumers. The retailer said it would charge 5 cents per bag beginning Wednesday as part of an effort to reduce landfill. Loblaw stores that already charge for bags distribute 55% fewer bags, the company said. Loblaw rival Sobeys announced a similar plan last week. Read More of Today's Headlines
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