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					Nan Oldroyd -Senior Director,
     Recruitment & Diversity



             October 16, 2009
What’s Up With Diversity & Inclusion?

   Who We Are

   ROI of Diversity & Inclusion

   Diversity vs Inclusion

   The Way We Do Things

   Measuring Results




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 Canada’s largest food distributor
   ($30.8 billion in sales – 2008)
 Also a leading provider of:
         •Drugstore
         •General merchandise
         •Financial products & services
 Over 1000 corporate and franchised
   stores from coast to coast
     Four unique formats of stores to meet
       varying customer needs
             • Great Food
             • Superstore
             • Hard Discount
             • Wholesale
 Offer Canada’s strongest control brands




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   Out of 33 million Canadians, 13 million shop with us every week




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ROI of Diversity & Inclusion

             Zoomers make up 44% of Canada’s total
              population and control 77% of all of this
              country’s wealth

             New Canadians make up almost 70% of
              Canada’s population growth and
              represent $76B+ in consumer spending
              power

             Women control 80% of consumer dollars
              spent and make up 47%+ of Canada’s
              workforce

                                                Sources listed at end




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ROI of Diversity & Inclusion
                    People with disabilities have $25B
                     in consumer spending power and
                     represent 1.2M working age
                     Canadians

                    Aboriginal people are a $12B
                     market in Canada and have a
                     greater percentage of those under
                     25 than overall population

                    GLBT have a higher average
                     household income and spend
                     $100B annually

                    Men are 53% of workforce and
                     approx more than 50% of this
                     group are SWAMS
                                              Sources listed at end




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Diversity Vs Inclusion




   Diversity is
                          Inclusion is
 being different
                         being part of a
    from one
                          whole group
     another


                                   Source listed at end




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The Way We Do Things




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Reflect Our Nation’s Diversity




   职业时机
   方兴未艾




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Reflecting Our Nation’s Diversity




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Measuring Results




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Contact




 Nan.oldroyd@loblaw.ca
Sources:        http://www.thethomasyaccatogroup.ca/80_percent_minority.php; http://www.native-invest-
     trade.com/pdf/The_Benefit_Sponsorship.pdf;http://www.rbc.com/newsroom/20051012nixon.html;
     http://www.iveybusinessjournal.com/article.asp?intArticle_ID=711;http://www.statcan.ca/Daily/English/060307/d060307a.htm;
     http://www.ic.gc.ca/epic/site/oca-bc.nsf/en/ca02099e.html;
     http://142.236.54.113/eng/lp/lo/lswe/we/special_projects/RacismFreeInitiative/BusinessCase-e.shtml#bottom%20line;
     2008 ZoomerShow Brochure ; Merriam Webster; Michael Bach




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