Shoppers Drug Mart

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Shoppers Drug Mart Corporation
Public (TSXSC)
IndustryDrugstore, Retail
HeadquartersToronto, Ontario, Canada
Number of locations
Key people
David M. Williams, Interim President & Chief Executive Office
ProductsDrugs, Health, cards, food
RevenueIncrease $9.986 billion CAD (2009)

Shoppers Drug Mart Corporation (TSX: SC Archived 2011-07-25 at the Wayback Machine) is Canada's largest pharmacy chain. Shoppers Drug Mart is headquartered in the Toronto, Ontario. The chain is founded by Murray Koffler in 1962. The store is also called Pharmaprix in Quebec and Hawkesbury, Ontario.

The store usually has a organic foods section, at least five food aisles, a healthy living section, a cosmetics centre, a Carlton Cards aisle, an Easypix digital center/photolab, a full selection of over-the-counter drugs and health products and in some stores they have a full service Canada Post office.[1]

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  1. "Super-Pharm selling China business". Ynetnews. 7 September 2011.

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