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Canada Takeout Expands Platform

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TORONTO — As lockdowns once again begin across the country, Canada Takeout is evolving its concept to move beyond turning Wednesdays into #TakeoutDay and...

Conference Roundup: Canadian Restaurant Investment & Leadership Summit

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By Amy Bostock & Danielle Schalk TORONTO — Last week’s virtual Canadian Restaurant Investment & Leadership Summit, presented by CWB Franchise Finance, brought together more...

Canadian Restaurateurs Enjoy a Sales Boost After Launch of #Takeoutday

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TORONTO — On Wednesday, April 15, Canadians from coast to coast banded with the hospitality industry to kick off National #TakeoutDay, a movement that encourages...

Takeout and Delivery Continues to Grab Attention During COVID-19 Crisis

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As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, it’s leaving a toll on virtually every business community. In Canada, the $90-billion foodservice industry continues to reel from...

Webinar Addresses Impact of COVID-19 on Canadian Foodservice

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TORONTO – Foodservice industry advisor Robert Carter will present the second in a series of COVID-19 Canada Foodservice Town Hall discussions on Monday April...

Health-Conscious Diners are a Driving Force for Menu Innovation

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Today’s diners are better educated about their food than they used to be, which has contributed to an increased demand for nutritious menu options....

Today’s Town Hall Webinar Addresses COVID-19 Concerns

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TORONTO – Foodservice industry analyst Robert Carter will moderate a Town Hall webinar this afternoon at 3 p.m. to address how the COVID-19 crises...

Company of the Year: Copper Branch

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Rio Infantino was a veteran of the fast-food world when it all caught up with him. The routine, the travel and the easy access...

The Sweet Art of Indulgence

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Convenience, health, locality and sky’s-the-limit creativity are a few hallmarks of the current Canadian dessert era — different things for an increasingly diverse set...

Canadian Restaurant Leadership Summit Offers Insight into Industry Evolution

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TORONTO — More than 300 members of the foodservice industry gathered at Toronto’s Arcadian Court on November 5 to discuss innovation and change in...