The DIY store operator Lowe’s Canada was awarded the Merkur prize in the category Strategy for Sustainable Development at the 2022 Gala Les Mercuriades. “This recognition confirms that we are taking the right steps in our sustainability strategy and that our approach matters to our colleagues,” said Mélanie Lussier, Director of External Communications and Sustainable Development at Lowe’s Canada.
The award acknowledges the commitment and achievements of the winners in the field of sustainable development. For example, the efforts and solutions of Lowe’s Canada to improve energy efficiency in its buildings were recognised. Over the past few years, the company has invested approximately USD 30 mio in introducing energy management systems and switching to LED lighting in its Lowe's, Rona and Réno-Dépôt businesses as well as at its headquarters in Boucherville.
Lowe’s Canada operates around 450 company-owned and affiliated businesses under various brand names in the country of the same name.