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Canadian Food Writers Honoured at 2018 Taste Canada Awards

TORONTO — Taste Canada celebrated cookbook authors and food bloggers at the Taste Canada Awards Gala at the Fairmont Royal York in Toronto on...

Taste Canada Hosts Exclusive Media Event

TORONTO — At an exclusive media event, held last night at the Fairmont Royal York in Toronto, Taste Canada unveiled its shortlist for the...

Taste Canada Awards Celebrates 20th Anniversary

TORONTO — The Taste Canada Awards is set to celebrate its 20th anniversary and announce 2017 winners at an awards gala later this month. In...

Ryerson Students Host Inaugural Hospitality & Tourism Conference

TORONTO — The Ryerson Hospitality and Tourism Students’ Society (RHTSS) hosted its inaugural Ryerson Hospitality & Tourism Conference (RHTC) last week at the Chelsea...

Shanna Munro Appointed President and CEO of Restaurants Canada

TORONTO — Shanna Munro, who joined Restaurants Canada as chief operating officer last September, is the association’s new president and CEO, effective June 1. Munro...

Tim Hortons Franchisee Mark Wafer Recipient of Restaurants Canada’s First Annual...

TORONTO — Tim Hortons franchisee Mark Wafer has won the inaugural Restaurants Canada Leadership Award for his work in advancing employment opportunities for people...

Restaurants Canada Announces New Conference for 2016

TORONTO — Restaurants Canada has partnered with GE Capital Franchise Finance Canada and Big Picture Conferences to launch the Canadian Restaurant Operators Summit (CROS),...

Taste Canada-The Food Writing Awards Announces 2015 Shortlist

TORONTO ― The Taste Canada-The Food Writing Awards has released its shortlist of Canadian culinary authors in contention for this year’s awards. The list features...

Donna Dooher Appointed President, CEO of Restaurants Canada

TORONTO — Paul Methot, chair of the Board, Restaurants Canada, announced that Donna Dooher has been appointed president and CEO of Restaurants Canada effective...

CRIS Highlights Need for Change in a Challenged Restaurant Landscape

TORONTO — Change is pervasive, but it’s how foodservice operators respond to the challenges it presents that makes the difference. That was the theme...