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PSAC Strike Causes Major Concerns for Already Struggling Foodservice Sector

Restaurants Canada and its membership base have concerns regarding the start of today’s strike by the Public Service Alliance Canada…

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Restaurants Canada Announces New Chair of the Board, Jeremy Bonia

With over two decades of industry experience, Jeremy Bonia will lead Restaurants Canada’s Board of Directors to drive its vision…

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Restaurants Canada Secures $500,000 in Financial Support for You – Our Members

Restaurants Canada and the Government of New Brunswick announced today at a Press Conference in Fredericton that they have formed…

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Ontario Minimum Wage Increase

The minimum wage in Ontario is set to rise on October 1, 2023 to $16.55 per hour. This represents a…

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RC Show 2023 Releases New & Innovative Product Showcase

Leading foodservice and hospitality expo shares new and noteworthy solutions to industry challenges, changing the way we eat & drink…

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Restaurants Canada’s Response to Federal Budget 2023

Restaurants Canada was pleased to see some positive measures in the 2023 federal budget to support Canada’s foodservice sector. The…

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Federal Budget Day 2023: Restaurants Canada available for comment

Today, Restaurants Canada’s Vice President, Federal & Québec Affairs, Olivier Bourbeau will be available on Parliament Hill in Ottawa for…

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Restaurants Canada Reaction to 2023 Ontario budget:

Some welcomed news, but more needs to be done to help Ontario’s struggling restaurants Restaurants Canada is pleased to see…

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Saskatchewan’s 2023-24 budget gets government’s fiscal house in order but offers little cost relief for province’s restaurants

Today, Saskatchewan tabled its 2023-24 budget, which was primarily focused on debt reduction and improving the province’s overall fiscal position with a $1.0 billion surplus.

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Restaurants Canada Sees Hopeful Wins for Canadian Foodservice in House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance Recommendations

Restaurants Canada welcomes the recently released report by the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance (FINA) entitled, Responding To…