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Alberta Restaurants Get Green Light to Resume Business

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EDMONTON — Alberta announced Wednesday it would be proceeding with its Phase-1 reopening Thursday, which includes on-premise restaurant dining, for most of...

COVID-19 Taking its Toll on the Restaurant Industry

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TORONTO — COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continues to spread — as of March 11, more than 121,000 coronavirus cases have been confirmed, resulting in...

What is SiriusXM Music for Business?

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The right music can help enhance your brand, create a better atmosphere for your customers and help drive sales. With SiriusXM, the...

Vancouver Island University Introduces new Graduate-level Business Program

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NANAIMO, B.C. — Vancouver Island University (VIU) has launched a new graduate-level program that aims to give people with no formal business education the...

Students Aim to Bring Pizza Pizza to St. John’s

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ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Students at Memorial University of Newfoundland’s St. John’s campus want to add a Pizza Pizza to its menu, according to...

N.B. Freshii Hosts Bitcoin Machine

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MONCTON, N.B. — A downtown Freshii is hosting Moncton’s first bitcoin ATM, so users can convert paper currency to bitcoin to pay for their meal, CBC News reports.

Temporary Foreign Worker Program Reformed

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OTTAWA — The moratorium on Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker (TFW) program has ended and new rules have been unveiled, but the changes are being met with some disappointment in restaurant and hotel industries.

Canadian Trends and Directions Conference Spotlights Menu Trends

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TORONTO — Canada’s foodservice consumers are setting new standards for menu innovation, according to insights from the annual Canadian Trends & Directions Conference, held yesterday at the Westin Prince Hotel in Toronto, where 160 operators and suppliers gathered for a day of learning and networking.

Darden Sells Red Lobster

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ORLANDO, Fla. — Months after announcing it was pondering the future of its troubled Red Lobster brand, Darden Restaurants has agreed to sell the casual-dining chain to Golden Gate Capital, a San Francisco-based private equity investment firm, for $2.1 billion.

The Star: Community Council Pushes For Cap on Parkdale Restaurants

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TORONTO — The steady growth of restaurants in Toronto’s Parkdale neighbourhood is a point of contention for city representatives and restaurant owners, so the...