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Regional Restrictions Continue to Change as Cases Climb

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TORONTO — As case counts continue to climb, public-health measures have become something of a moving target across the country.

Chef/Advocate Suzanne Barr Talks Challenges, Success and Bettering the Industry

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Beyond being a celebrated chef, running two popular Toronto restaurants and appearing as resident chef on the Food Network Canada’s Wall of...

RBI Provides Update and Announces New Commitments

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TORONTO — Restaurant Brands International (RBI) released a company update, marking 100 days since COVID-19 disrupted North American markets.

Canadians’ Mental Health Remains Low Despite Signs of Re-Opening

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TORONTO — Morneau Shepell — a provider of total well-being, mental health and digital mental-health services in Canada — released the second...

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.