B.C. indoor dining has been temporarily banned by the British Columbia government as part of new COVID-19 restrictions designed to curb an alarming surge in cases. The ban on indoor dining at provincial restaurants, bars, and other foodservice establishments is expected to remain in place for the next three weeks, until April 19. Patio dining […]
British Columbia has announced that B.C. wholesale alcohol pricing will become a permanent measure, allowing restaurants, bars, and tourism operators to buy liquor at lower prices. A temporary change to allow for B.C. wholesale alcohol pricing was enacted in June 2020 in a bid to help revive a struggling industry that has been hit devastatingly […]
Delivery platform SkipTheDishes has courted controversy in British Columbia by introducing a new B.C. surcharge on orders in response to the province’s temporary cap on third-party delivery services’ fees. The temporary 15-per-cent cap on the fees that delivery services can charge restaurants went into effect on December 22 in what the provincial government described as […]
Quebec’s latest COVID-19 lockdown will keep bars and restaurants closed until at least February 8, except for curbside pickup and delivery.
B.C.’s Emergency Program Act (EPA) order will place a temporary cap of 15% on fees charged to restaurants from food delivery companies.
The new BC program, instituted to support the hospitality industry, will be in place from the end of July 2020 until March 31, 2021.
The government of BC is making locally raised meat more available to restaurants and retail outlets in an effort to reinforce the province’s food system.
British Columbia is temporarily permitting hospitality businesses that have closed their doors to sell their reserved liquor stock.
Press Release Canada’s tree fruit industry is large and growing, with apples representing 41.5 per cent of the total marketed production of Canadian fruit in 2017, valued at $224.6 million, and cherries representing a farm gate value of $88.2 million in the same year. The Government of Canada and Canadian tree fruit farmers know the importance of research and innovation to […]
Growing consumer love of fresh, homemade Mexican-inspired food served quickly & franchise-first approach fuels national growth Press release Canadian owned and operated Quesada Burritos & Tacos is proud to announce the opening of its 100th location with plans to double units by 2020. The restaurant chain is part of a rapidly expanding category in Canada […]