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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...

Ontario Raises Minimum Wage

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TORONTO — The Ontario government has announced it will increase the minimum wage to $11 in June to reflect the rise in the Consumer...

Yogen Früz Founders Buy Cold Stone Creamery

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TORONTO — The Serruya family, founders of Yogen Früz, has acquired a controlling interest in Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Kahala Corp., which owns Cold Stone Creamery...

Best Bar None Recognizes Top Performers

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TORONTO — Glasses clinked to honour award recipients and newly accredited businesses in Toronto’s entertainment district yesterday at the inaugural Best Bar None Ontario...

Tim Hortons Introduces Partnership Blend Coffee

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OAKVILLE, Ont. — After eight years and more than $7 million invested towards providing coffee farmers in Guatemala, Honduras, Brazil and Colombia with essential...

The Sun: Calgary’s Pilot Food-Truck Program To Continue

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CALGARY — Despite a rocky start, including failed safety inspections, Calgary’s food-truck pilot program has been given the green light to continue through the...

Is Beef Recall Boosting Business For Ontario Butchers?

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TORONTO — The Canadian beef recall that’s suspended the licensing operation of XL Foods in Alberta due to E.coli contamination is boosting business for...