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Mahony Partners with Vikram Vij for Brand Refresh

VANCOUVER — Mahony & Sons has partnered with chef Vikram Vij to refresh its concept of classic pub fare, by infusing the social spirit...

Source & Supply: The Next Instalment of the Next Course: Reinventing...

The world’s community of agronomists and other scientists agree that growing cities and urban regions need to become more self-reliant, focusing on...

Regional Report: A Toast to the Pacific Coast

There’s much to envy about the West-Coast foodservice landscape — and not just in February, when spring flowers bloom while much of the country...

Fox Harb’r Resort’s 2018 Spring Culinary Weekend

Chef Vikram Vij will headline Fox Harb’r Resort’s 2018  Spring Culinary Weekend, Friday – Sunday, May 4-6 2018. This gourmet weekend includes two nights’ accommodation...

Hopscotch Opens Third Toronto Location

TORONTO — Hopscotch has opened its third location in Toronto. Located at 224 Queen Street W., the fast-casual restaurant is known for its chef-inspired...

Chefs Plate Announces New Funding

TORONTO — Meal-kit-delivery provider Chefs Plate has announced $10 million in new funding. The company also reached a milestone — delivering 450,000 meals per...

Chef Vikram Vij to Host Fox Harb’r Resort Culinary Weekend

WALLACE, N.S. — Chef Vikram Vij will be the main attraction at Fox Harb’r Resort’s Annual Spring Culinary Weekend May 4 to 6, 2018. The...

CNE Celebrates Canada’s 150th With Food-Themed Events

TORONTO — The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) is celebrating Canada’s 150th with several food and cooking events. The East-Coast Kitchen Party, scheduled to take place...

Segment Report: The Grab-and-Go Game

Canadians are increasingly relying on foodservice for their everyday meals and as a result, Retail Meal Solutions (RMS) have become a prominent segment within...

B.C.’s Culinary Landscape Has Been Shaped by the Fruits of Sea...

“To understand B.C. at all, you have to look at the ocean. The indigenous cuisine was all ocean- and river-based,” says Lenore Newman, a...