Loblaw is expanding its PC health app to northern Canadian regions, including Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut.
The health and wellness app, powered by League, and gives Canadians access to healthcare resources.
Users can login to connect with care navigators, who help find the appropriate health service for them. There are also free health programs in the app, such as family health, nutrition programs, mental health and more.
The app first launched in late 2020, and is now available across Canada, excluding Quebec.
Loblaw created the app with food and nutrition knowledge, along with healthcare and pharmacy from Shoppers Drug Mart Inc., owned by Loblaw.
"Our company's purpose is to help Canadians live life well and the PC Health app is an innovative and powerful new tool that we really think brings this to life," says Jeff Leger, president of Shoppers Drug Mart. "This app combines our company's expertise – health and wellness advice, nutrition, and rewards – into a healthcare solution for Canadians that can live right at their fingertips."