MONTREAL — In a move that would create Ontario’s largest grocery banner, Metro Inc. here will consolidate all of its conventional food stores in Ontario under the Metro name starting next month. The launch of Metro in Ontario will be supported by a $191 million (U.S.) investment in upgraded store facilities and marketing, said Metro, which as a result of acquisitions currently operates stores in Ontario under the Dominion, A&P, Loeb, The Barn and Ultra Food & Drug labels. Those ...

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