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iQ Opening Flagship Location at Yorkdale Shopping Centre

TORONTO — Health-focused fast-casual concept, iQ, is opening a new flagship location at Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre this month. The 2,300-sq.-ft. restaurant will be the...

LEAF Releases 2018 Green Restaurant Guide

VICTORIA, B.C. — LEAF (Leaders in Environmentally Accountable Foodservice) has released its annual Guide to Canada’s Greenest Restaurants for 2018. As the organization notes, an...

Simple ways to start your sustainable journey

Starting your sustainability journey doesn’t have to be costly or time consuming. Small changes can make a big difference, make it easier to envision...

Unsung Heroes Festival Returns to Blue Water Cafe

VANCOUVER — Vancouver’s Blue Water Cafe + Raw Bar is set to kick off its 14th annual Unsung Heroes Festival on February 1. The Unsung...

A&W Canada Announces Leadership Transition

VANCOUVER — Effective Feb. 16, 2018, Susan Senecal will become president and CEO of A&W Food Services of Canada Inc. and A&W Revenue Royalties...

The 2017 Coffee and Tea Report

From premium options to iced and craft brews, specialty beverages have become a key focus for operators looking to maintain an edge over the...

Now Open: Botanist

VANCOUVER — The Fairmont Pacific Rim’s new second-floor restaurant is now open to the public. Replacing Oru Cuisine, Botanist offers a fresh culinary approach...

The Green Report: Restaurant Operators are Taking a Closer Look at...

There has been a visible shift in the foodservice industry, as operators strive to embrace more sustainable practices. Though smaller players can be credited...

In the Kitchen With: Christie Peters, The Hollows and Primal, Saskatoon

As a teenager, Christie Peters was intrigued by the glamour of restaurant ownership. But it wasn’t until she finished high school that the Saskatoon-native...

Is Sustainable Seafood Really Possible?

While “sustainable” is a buzzword in the food industry, experts participating in Eat Vancouver’s “Taking Stock of Seafood” panel in the spring debated the...