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JOEY Restaurants Announces New Flagship Location

VANCOUVER — JOEY Restaurants will open its JOEY Shipyards location in North Vancouver on Jan. 23, 2020.  The new restaurant — the...

Famoso to Add New Ontario Locations

VANCOUVER — FDF Restaurant Brandz has announced plans to launch a major expansion of its Famoso Italian Pizzeria + Bar brand in Ontario.

Looking Back: The Trends that Shaped 2018

Looking back at 2018, the Canadian foodservice industry experienced many challenges, such as minimum-wage debates and increased commodity prices, as well as opportunities such...

Ontario Restaurants Brace For Minimum-Wage Increase Fallout

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past six months, you’re likely well aware of Ontario’s recent minimum-wage hike and the impact...

YellowBelly Brewery to Open in St. John’s International Airport

ST. JOHN’S — YellowBelly Brewery & Public House will be opening a new location in 2018 at St. John’s International Airport. The full-service restaurant will...

Choosing The Right Payment-Processing System For Your Restaurant

Your restaurant works hard for its money and as a restaurateur, you know the value of a dollar. So, when it comes to processing...

Vancouver Canucks Sports Bar & Grill Opens at YVR

RICHMOND, B.C. — Canucks Sports & Entertainment, in partnership with HMSHost, has opened Vancouver Canucks Sports Bar & Grill at the Vancouver International Airport...

Stats Can: Foodservice Sales Up

TORONTO — A new report from Statistics Canada shows that restaurant and bar sales rose 0.5 per cent in January 2013 compared to December...

How to Increase Full-Service Dining Visits

Canada’s 2009 economic downturn hit the full-service restaurant (FSR) segment hard. But, now there are positive signs that increases in visits to this large...

Industry Fights Back Against Rising Credit-Card Fees

TORONTO — Visa Canada’s plan to increase credit-card fees by one-third in April is causing concern in the foodservice industry. Now, the Canadian Federation...