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Restaurants Canada Hosts Breakfast with Champions Event

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By Nicole Di Tomasso TORONTO — Last Wednesday, hospitality industry leaders gathered at the Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex for Restaurants Canada’s Breakfast with Champions event...

Experts weigh in on how Covid-19 has changed state of Canada’s...

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In the years leading up to COVID-19, the quick-service restaurant segment was a growing industry. “Between 2014 and 2018, QSR was seeing average annual...

Hospitality Market Report

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Shrouded in pandemic from tip to tail, 2021 — which nonetheless played host to some remarkable successes for Canada’s restaurant industry — challenges anyone...

From The Editor: On-Demand World

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In this ever-shifting, dynamic landscape, one message is clear and pervasive: we’re living in a world where we consume want we want, when we...

Restaurants Canada Show Wrap-Up

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TORONTO — The 2020 Restaurant Canada Show wrapped up three days of educational sessions, and industry networking opportunities yesterday. The 75th edition of the...

From the Editor: On the Horizon

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As we move forward into a new month of a new year, of a new decade, we continue to feel the impact of the...

The 2019 Hospitality Market Report

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The foodservice industry is reaching a pivot point. After a decade of healthy growth, 2018 numbers show the party may be over for the...

Central Canada is Banking on Health- and Eco-Conscious Fare

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From Kenora to Kamouraska, diners in central Canada are indulging their thirst for new experiences by eating out frequently. While restaurant margins are thin,...

Mixed Bag: Looking Back at How Foodservice Operators Fared in 2018

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Following two years of solid sales growth across all sectors, sales in Canada’s foodservice industry slowed slightly to 5.2-per-cent growth in 2018 — down...

Restaurant Sales Reach $90-Billion in 2018

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TORONTO — A report from Restaurants Canada has credited millennials and the Generation-Z cohort with helping grow foodservice sales by 5.1 per cent in 2018, driving...