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Profile: Church’s Chicken

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In 1952, George Church opened his first takeout restaurant across from the Alamo, in San Antonio, Texas. Since then, Church’s Chicken has expanded domestically...

McDonald’s Canada Launches New Loyalty-Rewards Program

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TORONTO — McDonald’s Canada will be launching its new points-based loyalty program called MyMcDonald’s Rewards on Nov. 16, 2021. The new program consists of five...

Tim Hortons Announces Three Waste-Reduction Initiatives

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TORONTO — Tim Hortons is announcing three new initiatives in celebration of Waste Reduction Week, including the trial of a compostable and recyclable hot-beverage...

B.C. To Introduce Vaccine Card for Recreational Activities

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VICTORIA — Starting September 13, the B.C. government will require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for anyone who wants to attend a concert, sporting event,...

Manitoba Government Implements New Public-Health Orders

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WINNIPEG — Starting August 7, the province of Manitoba implemented new public-health orders for achieving vaccination targets, one month earlier than predicted. Currently, about...

Prime Pubs Introduces Céilí Cold Fashioned

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VAUGHAN, Ont. — Prime Pubs is introducing its Céilí Cold Fashioned cocktail on tap, a modern take on the Old Fashioned now available at...

Casa Don Alfonso Re-Opens at Toronto’s Casa Loma

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TORONTO — Casa Don Alfonso, located in the Conservatory of Casa Loma, is officially re-opening its doors on July 21 for 5 p.m. dinner...

Dairy Farmers of Manitoba Launches #LoveLocalEatLocal Campaign

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WINNIPEG — Dairy Farmers of Manitoba (DFM) has established the #LoveLocalEatLocal campaign to support restaurants affected by COVID-19 by advertising local restaurants and building...

Starbucks Moves to To-Go Model in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba

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TORONTO — Last week, Starbucks Canada announced all of its company-operated locations in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba would move to a ‘to-go’ model. At these...

Regional Restrictions Continue to Change as Cases Climb

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TORONTO — As case counts continue to climb, public-health measures have become something of a moving target across the country. Below is a breakdown of...