The service is made available through its new subscription programme, Delivery Pass.
Customers can sign up for the programme and access the delivery service on more than 65,000 items, including groceries, toys, clothing and electronics, at the same low price of $8.97 (C$12) monthly or $89 (C$118) a year.
The Delivery Pass programme will initially only be accessible to customers in Ottawa before being rolled out in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.
The service will be available across all of Canada by August.
Eligible Walmart Canada customers can buy the Delivery Pass through Walmart.ca or the Walmart Canada app and pick a delivery time slot.
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Delivery fees for next-day deliveries will be deducted automatically at checkout.
Meanwhile, pass holders can also upgrade the service to same-day or express delivery for a discounted fee.
Walmart Canada omnichannel operation vice-president Ignacio Baladron said: “Not only will our customers save money when shopping with Walmart Canada, they can now spend less time shopping in-store with groceries and more delivered right to their doors from our stores. We’re unlocking access to unlimited, free next-day delivery on items including groceries, electronics and toys at a low price they can afford.
“We’re excited to launch today and already have ambitious plans to evolve the programme and unlock new features. Delivery Pass is just getting started.”
In Canada, Walmart operates a network of more than 400 stores and its online store, Walmart.ca, hosts more than 1.5 million customers daily.
In May this year, the retailer announced changes in senior executive leadership for its Canadian business to support strategic initiatives.