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Alberta bans social gatherings as COVID-19 cases rise

Alberta has banned social gatherings provincewide and strengthened public health measures to address the growing number of cases in the province.

Toronto and Peel Region in Ontario enter ‘lockdown’ phase to stop spread of COVID-19

Toronto and Peel region are in “lockdown” phase as of 12:01 a.m. Monday, Nov. 23, as part of Ontario’s efforts to slow spread of the virus.

Toronto restaurant ordered to close after defying provincial lockdown orders, allowing indoor dining

A Toronto barbecue restaurant owner has been ordered to close by the city’s medical officer of health after openly defying Ontario’s COVID-19 regulations, and police now say they will enforce that closure after letting the eatery stay open earlier. CBC News reports.

Association calls for Halifax restaurants and bars to close amid COVID-19 spread

The Restaurant Association of Nova Scotia is calling for all restaurants and bars in Halifax to close to dine-in customers for at least the next two weeks because of rising COVID-19 case numbers in the area. CBC News reports.
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Focus on virtual festivities to boost holiday sales: 6 ideas

If you’re looking to make up sales at your restaurant, co-ordinating your food delivery and marketing message with online office parties and family Zoom calls could be one answer. » Read more
Canadian Pizza

Save the Date: is Feb. 4 is Pizza Innovation Day!

On Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021, Canadian Pizza magazine will host Pizza Innovation Day with pizza chefs discussing their signature pizzas and demonstrating innovative techniques. It’s a can’t-miss pizza community event! » Read more
Pizzeria of the Year

Pizzeria of the Year contest launched

Canadian Pizza is holding its first Pizzeria of the Year contest. We want to hear from pizzerias across Canada. Share your story about what you do, how you innovate and how you are involved in your community – the story of your pizzeria – and you could grace the cover of the magazine and win a trip to Pizza Expo! » Read more
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Restaurants pandemic-proofing menus to survive the second wave

In a bid to survive the second wave, restaurants are pandemic-proofing their menus by offering customers top sellers while deleting the less popular items for now. CTV News/The Canadian Press. » Read more...

Grafton, Ont., businesses Ste. Anne’s Spa and Soups2Go collaborate

For Grafton, Ont., entrepreneur Terry Carruthers, creative collaboration has kept her Soups2Go business on the front burner, and helped find jobs for her staff. Soup’s on thanks to working together with local business leader Jim Corcoran, owner and general manager of Ste. Anne’s Spa in Grafton. » Read more...

Paramount to make meal donations to families in need across Canada

Paramount Fine Foods has launched a campaign across Canada that presents special holiday menu options while donating to a family in need. The chain’s partners, Coke Canada Bottling and Sysco Canada, are also sponsoring the campaign. » Read more...

Pizza Innovation Day

Feb. 4, 2021
Location: Online
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Restaurants Canada Show 2021 (Virtual)

Feb. 28 - March 3, 2021
Location: Online
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