Advocates in Niagara encourage donations as Loblaws mails out gift cards
As Loblaws begins mailing out $25 gift cards, advocates in Niagara are once again pushing everyone to donate their card to a local food bank.
Canadians can still go online and sign up to receive one of the gift cards as the grocery giant attempts to make up for it's part in a bread price fixing scandal:
Loblaw and George Weston Limited revealed they took part in an industry wide bread price fixing arrangement from late 2001 until March 2015.
Local advocates have been encouraging people to donate those cards to places like Community Care and other similar programs to help those less fortunate.
To sign up for a card, go to loblawcard.ca
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