MISSISSAUGA—Walmart Canada says it is starting to roll out one-hour grocery delivery today for customers in parts of the Greater Toronto Area.
The discount grocer says it’s partnered with Instacart, a California-based company, to provide the service.
Shoppers use the Instacart website or app to place their order, which is then picked out and delivered by Instacart employees.
The one-hour delivery offering will expand to Winnipeg on Sept. 27, and possibly to other markets later.
Walmart Canada already offers next-day delivery, as well as the option to order online and pick up in-store, in parts of the GTA.