Restaurants Scramble to Recover from Ice Storm


TORONTO — The cold freeze lifted in Toronto this past weekend, but many restaurant operators are still recovering from lost profits associated with the ice storm that pelted the city in December, reports CTV News.


“We’re probably looking at anywhere from $30,000 to $45,000 in lost revenue,” David Ashby, GM of the Miller Tavern in Toronto, which lost power for several hours and suffered with burst pipes, was quoted as saying by CTV.

According to the news report, the Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association hopes there will be help for the businesses that suffered lost wages. []

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