Walmart customers living in Montreal can now order groceries online or through the retailer’s app and have them delivered to their front door.
With the Montreal launch, Walmart’s home grocery delivery service is now available in all provinces. The big-box retailer has been steadily expanding the service since its launch in Toronto three years ago. (Walmart recently rolled out one-hour grocery delivery through its partnership with Instacart to all provinces excluding Quebec.)
The service costs $9.97, requires a minimum $50 order before taxes and groceries will be delivered the next day.
“Whether our customers choose to shop in-store, online, pick up or have their groceries delivered, we want to make Walmart the easiest and most convenient place to shop for everything they need,” said Daryl Porter, Walmart’s vice-president omni-channel and e-commerce, in a press release.