TORONTO - Metro here said it is concentrating on integrating the 236 A&P stores it acquired last summer while also keeping its eyes peeled for potential acquisition opportunities in western Canada. "Integration remains our priority," Eric La Fleche, executive vice president and chief operating officer, said last week in a speech to investors at the CIBC World Markets retail conference here, "but if western assets come into play, we'll do what we have to do to grow. We have our hands ...
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