TORONTO -- A&P Canada here has decided not to close 15 stores that had previously been slated to close. Instead, it has reached agreement with the United Food and Commercial Workers Union here to convert the 15 stores to the chain's Super Fresh format. According to Jack Moffatt, chairman and chief executive officer of A&P Canada, "The new agreement will enable A&P to compete more successfully and help to make these locations viable." A&P has already converted 15 of a ...

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