Canadian Suppliers

We shop local, too

We’re proud to contribute in a major way to Canada’s economy, not just by hiring locally, but by sourcing products from local suppliers, big and small. This helps boost regional economies, creating opportunities for people and companies from coast to coast.

Sometimes small producers, like Ohh! Foods in the video above, have difficulty gaining traction nationally. That’s why Walmart Canada seeks them out and supports them to develop their products and grow their businesses. It’s a win-win: our customers get to discover unique items, and local ventures find the audience they deserve.

bowl of fresh tomatoes held by gardeners / un bol de tomates fraîches détenues par les jardiniers


We aim to source all in-season
produce from Canadian growers.

photograph of a sage plant / photo d'un plant de sauge


of the plants in our garden
centres are grown in Canada


New Canadian suppliers added in 2021, including a 9% increase in Alberta

A worker for Champ's Mushrooms in British Columbia holds a box of white mushrooms. / Un travailleur de Champ's Mushrooms en Colombie-Britannique tient une boîte de champignons blancs.

Klemtu Spirit Hot Smoked Atlantic Salmon is as grassroots as seafood gets. Produced by the Kitasoo/Xai’Xais First Nation in a remote area of British Columbia’s central coast, the success of this Indigenous-owned supplier has rippled through the community: Klemtu has the highest employment rate in coastal B.C. 

Farmer from Vermeulen Farms in Nova Scotia / Agriculteur de Vermeulen Farms en Nouvelle-Écosse

$408 million

Value of products sourced from 64 Atlantic Canada-based suppliers