April 11, 2019

Loblaw shoppers sound off about $12M taxpayer handout: “They can afford to buy their own fridges”

David MenziesMission Specialist

Loblaw Companies Ltd. is a multi-billion conglomerate controlled by a multi-billionaire family... so naturally the Justin Trudeau Liberals thought they were perfect candidates to receive a $12M grant — courtesy of the taxpayer.

Somehow, they’re qualified to receive the grant through the Liberals’ Low Carbon Economy Fund in order to buy energy efficient refrigerators.

But as we discovered when we made a trip to their flagship store in Toronto, Loblaw customers are not happy.

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commented 2019-04-12 10:36:24 -0400
The elite looking after the elite! Nothing new!
commented 2019-04-11 17:49:01 -0400
Who put the liberals in government so they could hand out taxpayer money to their friends. Likely the same people you were interviewing.
commented 2019-04-11 16:55:06 -0400
Thanks Menzies for an entertaining 6 minutes. I don’t know the interviewing business, but it seems that when there is no yelling and running, the people interviewed can reach inward and give you more educated answers.

In the early 90’s, the NDP took over BC and made the air conditioning gas in autos illegal. Everyone with a 8 year old car (approximately) had to get a $600. refit when their car air conditioning needed recharging.
When most people had to have this done , they simply went to the US and paid $30. and that was good for years. This put many BC air conditioning companies out of business.

Years later it was found that the new gas did more harm to the atmosphere than the old gas. That is what happens when the NDP runs your Province.
commented 2019-04-11 15:47:37 -0400
The one smart man was bang on in saying there is likely some money to flow the other way. Like ad scam, big donations back to the libranoes, or an even bigger one to the True-dope foundation.
commented 2019-04-11 15:37:30 -0400
I have hardly ever shopped at Loblaws or No Frills after hearing about the price fixing on bread. That finished me.