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The 2019 Bar Report

Canadians are adopting a “less-is-more” approach to drinking — consuming less, but willing to pay more for premium products when they do...

2019 Best Bar None Awards Honour Ottawa Establishments

OTTAWA — Ottawa’s Best Bar None (BBN) Ontario Accreditation and Awards Presentation recently took place, recognizing the best licensed establishments with regard to implementing...

2019 Best Bar None Awards Honour Toronto Establishments

TORONTO — Toronto’s Best Bar None (BBN) Ontario Accreditation and Awards Presentation recently took place, recognizing the best licensed establishments with respects to implementing the...

Foodora Partners with the LCBO to Offer Alcohol-Delivery Services in Ottawa

TORONTO — Foodora is piloting same-day alcohol-delivery services in Ottawa through a partnership with the LCBO with the goal of expanding the service to...

Federal Government Eliminating Barriers to Interprovincial Trade in Alcohol

OTTAWA — the Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Intergovernmental and Northern Affairs and Internal Trade, has announced plans to eliminate all federal impediments to alcoholic...

Federal Government Eliminating Barriers to Interprovincial Trade in Alcohol

OTTAWA — The Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Intergovernmental and Northern Affairs and Internal Trade, has announced plans to eliminate all federal...

The Western Canadian Food Scene is Full of Prairie Pride

Sports dynasties, oil fields and wide-open spaces where beef cattle roam and wheat yellows under a cerulean sky — Western Canada has...

Fostering Employee Health and Wellbeing

As the foodservice industry seeks to mitigate the effects of labour challenges, some employers are implementing employer-driven health-and-wellness initiatives aimed at creating more appealing...

The 2018 BAR Report

If you were going to pick a single word to describe what Canadian consumers want to drink this year, it would be “local.” Canadian...

Supreme Court Declares Provincial Trade Barriers Constitutional

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled provincial trade barriers are constitutional — knocking down “the Comeau Case,” also known as the...