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Canadian Emma Kilgannon wins Bronze at World Skills in Switzerland

Congratulations fo Emma Kilgannon, who won Bronze representing Canada at the World Skills Special Edition baking and pastry competition in Lucerne, Switzerland.

Loblaw freezes prices on no-name products

Loblaw announced a price freeze on more than 1,500 No Name brand items, in an effort provide grocery-bill predictability to Canadians facing the highest food inflation in decades.

Ontario launches skilled trades career fairs for students

The Ontario government is launching career fairs this fall to prepare the next generation for rewarding and well-paying jobs in the skilled trades and address labour shortages in high-demand sectors.

Made-in-Vancouver treat box spotlights Asian-Canadian pastry chefs

A travelling consortium that is amplifying the immense talents of Asians in the culinary community has set the spotlight on Vancouver to showcase 18 carefully-selected locally-made pastries for a one-time only fundraiser. Vancouver Is Awesome reports.
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Trends in chocolate

Chocolatiers discuss what’s new and what their customers are craving. » Read more...

Concepts for success: Five easy tips to increase your bakery sales this fall

Autumn is an excellent time for bakery operations as it is jam-packed with festivals and events, writes Diane Chiasson in the latest issue of Bakers Journal. » Read more...

BAC Atlantic events draw enthusiastic students, baking industry

Members of the Baking Association of Canada’s national board attended the Atlantic chapter’s golf tournament, presented information about the BAC and its activities to students at community colleges in September. » Read more...

NDP motion to investigate food prices passes in House of Commons

The federal NDP’s Opposition Day Motion calling for action on high food prices carried in the House of Commons. Blackburn News reports. » Read more...

Gene-edited crops to be regulated

The federal government has confirmed that gene-edited crops will be regulated much the same as conventionally bred crops. The Canada Grains Council welcomes this direction and provides answers to common questions. » Read more...

Study finds no relationship between high intake of refined grain foods and risk of cardiovascular disease

A new study indicates consuming high intakes of refined grain foods does not increase one’s risk of cardiovascular disease, and urges reconsideration of future dietary recommendations. » Read more...

Bakery Showcase 2023

May 14-15, 2023
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