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Loblaws Will Be Hiring A Lot People In Montreal In 2015

5,000 new jobs across Canada will be created.
Loblaws Will Be Hiring A Lot People In Montreal In 2015

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Loblaws is going to be creating new jobs in Montreal in 2015. The Grocery store chain says they plan on building 50 new stores across Canada according to CBC. They will also be expanding, renovating and improving 100 existing stores.

The expansion will create 5,000 jobs across Canada, and since there are 13 Loblaws locations in and around Montreal, we're sure to get our fair share of jobs. The expansions is predicted to cost $1.2 billion.

The current speculation is that Loblaws may be taking over the old target locations which would be amazing because we would no longer be stuck with a dozen empty beige and red eyesores.

Walmart is also planning to invest 340$ expanding it's stores, distribution networks and e-commerce division which can only mean more jobs in Montreal.


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