Something other than toilet paper that people might be looking for is a job. Plenty of Canadians have been sent home because their workplaces are shutting down. Luckily, Walmart Canada is hiring people to help out during the COVID-19 outbreak.\nA memo released by the company's President and CEO Horacio Barbeito states that they are currently looking to bring on 10,000 new workers in their stores and distribution centres to help deal with the high demand for essential items.\nAnyone who is interested in applying for a position can do so on the company's careers page.\nThe memo also goes into detail about what Walmart will be doing differently during this crisis.\nIt states that their stores will remain open, but just like Shoppers Drug Mart and Sobeys, they will be dedicating their opening hours to seniors and people with disabilities.\nTheir statement mentions that shelves will be stocked in stores and that there is "plenty of food and supplies."\nStores are also limiting quantities of certain items to ensure that everyone has a fair chance to get what they need.\nIn addition, to further encourage social distancing, the company will now be leaving grocery deliveries on doorsteps rather than having their delivery people and customers interacting.\nWalmart Canada seeks to immediately hire 10,000 people. Changes due to coronavirus include: 1st hour of shopping reserved for seniors and those with vulnerable health; quantities of some purchases limited to manage supply; deliveries to be left at door for people self-isolating. pic.twitter.com/2JEmreMVMT— CBC News Alerts (@CBCAlerts) March 20, 2020\nThey are also donating $2 million to various causes through both its charity partners and the Walmart Foundation.\nMoreover, they're providing $500,000 to both Food Banks Canada and Red Cross Canada. Nationwide relief campaigns will receive support in stores.\nI just read that WalMart Canada is providing $500,000 to food banks across Canada & that amount could increase. So glad that those most at risk during this terrible time will have food options. #foodsecurity #communityspirit #StaySafe— Sunbeam Centre (@SunbeamCentre) March 20, 2020\nFor its employees, the company is accelerating its bonus program for associates and offering live online physician care to anyone who needs it.\n"This is an extraordinarily difficult time," the memo reads, "but Walmart Canada will do all we can for the well-being of our customers, our neighbours and our Associates."