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CRFA Pushes for Simpler Alcohol Permit System in Quebec

QUEBEC — Following recommendations from the Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association (CRFA), the Régie des alcools, des jeux et des courses du Québec (RAJCQ),...

EI Increase Announced

OTTAWA — Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty announced this week that restaurant operators will have to pay a $13-million payroll tax increase, half of...

Key to Foodservice Success: Find and Retain Top-Notch Staff

One of the keys to success in foodservice is finding and retaining top-notch staff When Dave Norris bought his east-end Toronto pub, Busters by...

B.C’s HST To End March 31, 2013

VANCOUVER, B.C. —B.C.’s unpopular and controversial Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) has been defeated by a vote of 54 per cent (yes) to 45 per...

1.6 Million Cast Vote in B.C. HST Referendum

VANCOUVER — More than 1.6-million registered voters have mailed in their ballot and had their say in B.C.’s Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) referendum. Don...

CRFA Survey Reveals Cautious Optimism in Foodservice

TORONTO — Canadian foodservice operators are exercising cautious optimism, according to Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association’s (CRFA) inaugural Restaurant Outlook Survey. Some 30 per...

CP: CRA Reports 143 Cases of Fraud in Foodservice

OTTAWA — The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has uncovered the use of tax-evasion software at more than 400 restaurants in Canada, according to CP....

CRFA Bemoans Provincial Subsidy to Dr. Oetker

LONDON — It’s been a mixed bag of emotions in Ontario this week, as one Mississauga-based pizza manufacturer announced plans to build a new...

CRFA Announces Parliament Hill Summit

OTTAWA — The Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association (CRFA) is organizing an invite-only Restaurant Industry Summit on Parliament Hill. The event, scheduled to run...

CRFA Calls For Tip and Training Differentials in N.B.

FREDERICTON — Come September minimum wage will rise to $10 in New Brunswick, but politicians and business leaders, such as the Canadian Restaurant and...