A&P'S LABORS IN CANADA

TORONTO -- A&P's Canadian division has never faced starker choices.Gerald L. Good, president and chief executive officer of the operation, told SN in an interview that noncompetitive wage rates are bleeding profits from the 239-store operation and handing it the most serious challenge it has ever faced."We're finding wage differentials of $6 to $8 an hour between ourselves and competitors," Good said.

TORONTO -- A&P's Canadian division has never faced starker choices.

Gerald L. Good, president and chief executive officer of the operation, told SN in an interview that noncompetitive wage rates are bleeding profits from the 239-store operation and handing it the most serious challenge it has ever faced.

"We're finding wage differentials of $6 to $8 an hour between ourselves and competitors," Good said. "It's that much! That translates into lower prices for the compet

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