(Sept. 8/17) Big and small restaurateurs and foodservice companies took part in Restaurants Canada’s minimum wage forum on Sept. 6. It was a chance for foodservice professionals to discuss how
Ontario’s drastic minimum wage hike would affect their businesses.
Restaurants Canada shared the mitigation measures it’s proposing to government. We want solutions that help restaurants stay in business and save jobs amidst this massive minimum wage hike.
President of the Canadian Centre for Economic Analysis, Paul Smetanin, told us the negative effects of the minimum wage increase are real. He gave foodservice companies options to address the $1.3 billion hole next year.
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