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Minimum Wage to Increase in Ontario

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TORONTO — Last week the B.C. government made plans to hike its minimum wage, and yesterday the Ontario government did the same, announcing that...

Business Groups Respond to B.C.’s Minimum Wage Increase

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VANCOUVER — The B.C. government’s announcement to increase minimum wage and liquor server wage annually based on the Consumer Price Index is being met...

Government Suspends Temporary Foreign Worker Program in Foodservice Industry

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OTTAWA — The foodservice sector may be facing serious labour shortages, but, in a rare move, the federal government has suspended the Temporary Foreign Worker (TFW) program.

Government Names Abusers of Temporary Foreign Worker Program

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OTTAWA — The federal government is cracking down on restaurant owners misusing the federal government’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program, and now a franchisee in...

Sysco Acquires US Foods for $3.5 Billion

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HOUSTON — A new foodservice behemoth has formed now that Sysco Corporation and US Foods signed a deal to merge entities, with a combined...

House of Commons Passes Stricter Food-Safety Legislation

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OTTAWA — In the wake of XL Foods’ beef recall, purported to be one of the largest beef recalls in Canadian history, a new...

P.E.I. Government to Extend Private Liquor Store Hours?

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CHARLOTTETOWN — The possibility of extending hours at private liquor stores in P.E.I. is causing debate, according to CBC News. With five new independent...

Government to Cut Food-Safety Inspectors

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OTTAWA — In keeping with the recent budget, the Canadian government has announced plans to lay off at least 100 food-safety inspectors nationwide. The...

N.B. Wage Hike Delayed

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FEDERICTON – The N.B. government is postponing its minimum wage hike until the spring to help alleviate the strain on businesses and further examine...

N.B. Wage Hike Delayed

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FEDERICTON – The N.B. government is postponing its minimum wage hike until the spring to help alleviate the strain on businesses and further examine...