VICTORIA, British Columbia — Sobeys on Monday said it would build a new distribution center here to serve its outlets and independent customers in the province, including Thrifty Foods. Sobeys said it would begin construction of the $31 million, 150,000-square-foot facility next year with plans to have it operational by late 2012. The new center would allow Sobeys to close one of the three facilities currently serving Thrifty Foods. The Butler Crescent center would remain open and continue ...

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