Now that sustainability is integral to Walmart Canada culture, we’re working with suppliers to improve the products themselves.
- NEW! Driving innovation forward: Walmart Canada unveils first-of-its-kind supercube trailer...
- Walmart's new fresh food distribution centre in Balzac, Alberta, is setting industry-wide standards in best practices for sustainability.
Learn how we’re continually improving the work experience for our 87,000 associates by developing new initiatives and programs.
- Together with Wal-Mart Stores Inc., we launched a far-reaching global commitment to increase economic opportunities for women.
- With our DARE program, we’re enabling top university graduates to fast-track their learning...
It’s critical for us to verify the products we sell are produced in a way that provides dignity and respect for workers in the supply chain, while protecting the environment.
- Learn about the steps we’re taking to progress ethical sourcing beyond compliance.
- Through our Supplier Development Program, we’re partnering with suppliers to help them improve...
See what we’re doing on the local and national front to help families and communities grow through a combination of philanthropy and economic investment.
- We work with Canadian food growers and producers to prepare many of the signature products in our...
- Walmart partnered with the Canadian Red Cross to help families in need after...
- We’re exporting key sustainability successes from our Perishable Distribution Centre in Balzac, Alberta to other areas of our business and other companies
- Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. launched a far-reaching global commitment to increase economic opportunities for women, not only with our company but across our global supply chain
- Our global Ethical Sourcing division is improving working conditions at supplier factories around the world
- In 2011, Walmart contributed to the Canadian economy by making over $15.4 billion in payments to Canadian suppliers and service providers
- Walmart Canada raised and donated more than $25 million to Canadian charities in 2011 – surpassing $160 million since 1994