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Alberta Provides More Help for Restaurants

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EDMONTON — The Government of Alberta announced a moratorium on evictions last week. “On behalf of the province’s more...

Alberta Restaurants Get Green Light to Resume Business

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EDMONTON — Alberta announced Wednesday it would be proceeding with its Phase-1 reopening Thursday, which includes on-premise restaurant dining, for most of...

COVID-19 Causing Unprecedented Damage to the Canadian Restaurant Industry

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TORONTO — The COVID-19 pandemic has sent shockwaves across the planet, affecting every industry, none more than the foodservice industry.

The Western Canadian Food Scene is Full of Prairie Pride

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Sports dynasties, oil fields and wide-open spaces where beef cattle roam and wheat yellows under a cerulean sky — Western Canada has...

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...

B.C. Predicted To Boast Fastest-growing Restaurant Sales in 2014

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VANCOUVER — Toronto-based Restaurants Canada predicts that the B.C. foodservice industry will lead the country in sales with a 7.5-per-cent increase to $8.9 billion...

Alberta Foodservice Expo Returns

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EDMONTON — The Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association (CRFA ) is gearing up to host its annual Alberta Foodservice Expo, which will run from...

Restaurant Industry Welcomes New B.C. Tax Legislation

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VANCOUVER — New tax legislation is being tabled today in British Columbia that will see the reintroduction of all the PST exemptions that were...

CRFA Gives Alberta Half Marks

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EDMONTON — According to a recent statement from the Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association (CRFA), Alberta's restaurant industry is applauding the new liquor server...

Minimum Wage Increase Announced in B.C.

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VANCOUVER — It was a victory for many British Columbia workers yesterday, March 16, as new Premier, Christy Clark, announced plans to introduce a...