(Aug. 4/17) Restaurants Canada made several recommendations to help the restaurant industry be more competitive and productive in its 2018 federal pre-budget submission. This submission is our chance to convince the federal government to include our industry’s priorities in its spring budget.
The theme of this year’s consultation is economic growth. In our submission, we:
provided ways the government can help restaurants deal with the pressure of rising labour costs, as well as food, alcohol and credit card acceptance fee costs;
supported policy measures that promote growth, such as the culinary tourism strategy; and
pushed the government to honour its election promises to lower the small business taxation rate to nine per cent and introduce an EI youth hires program.
Questions? Contact Restaurants Canada’s Paul McKay.