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Point/Counterpoint: Is the minimum-wage increase good or bad for the industry

POINT: I’ve been listening to the noise several industry associations have created throughout 2017 and into 2018 related to the increase in minimum wage. These...

Speaking Out Against Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

In October 2017, celebrity chef Matthew Carmichael sent ripples through the Ottawa restaurant scene when he openly admitted to sexually harassing three female employees at...

Tourism and Hospitality Industry Launches Harassment Intervention Initiative

TORONTO — This morning, the Ontario Restaurant Hotel & Motel Association (ORHMA) unveiled a new Sexual Violence & Harassment Intervention Training program for the...

ORHMA Windsor and Culinary Guild of Windsor Honour Local Industry Leaders

WINDSOR, Ont. — The Ontario Restaurant Hotel & Motel Association’s (ORHMA) Windsor Chapter, in partnership with the CCFCC Culinary Guild of Windsor, held its...

ORHMA Windsor and Culinary Guild of Windsor to Honour Local Industry...

WINDSOR, Ont. — The Ontario Restaurant Hotel Motel Association (ORHMA) Windsor and the Culinary Guild of Windsor (CCFCC) have partnered to celebrate our regional...

The Labour Report: How Industry Changes are Affecting Labour Supply

In a world that’s gone mad for celebrity chefs and the latest food trends, diners are forcing restaurants to seek out ever-more top-notch staff....

Best Bar None Celebrates Toronto and Ottawa Winners; Launches New App

TORONTO — Real Sports Bar & Grill cleaned up again during Best Bar None’s (BBN) annual awards ceremonies in Toronto and Ottawa this week,...

ORHMA Opens Waterloo Chapter

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — The Ontario Restaurant Hotel and Motel Association (ORHMA) is growing. The Mississauga, Ont.-based association has added a new Waterloo Region board...

ORHMA Offers Settlement for Eateries Along Toronto’s Queen Street West

TORONTO — The Ontario Restaurant Hotel and Motel Association (ORHMA) is offering to settle its dispute with Toronto city council with regard to the number of restaurants along Queen Street West, between Dufferin Street and Roncesvalles Avenue, reports the Toronto Star.

Best Bar None Awards Ottawa Establishments

OTTAWA — A year after the Best Bar None responsible alcohol service program expanded to Ottawa, participating members celebrated the first annual awards yesterday, with a special ceremony at Steak Modern in the city’s ByWard Market.