The debate around third-party delivery apps is intensifying amid the economic impacts of COVID-19 By Tom Nightingale For the foodservice businesses and restaurants that have been able to survive the last 12 months of COVID-19 pandemic, keeping up with the fast rate of change has been vital. In particular, operators across the country have had […]
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 […]
The lawsuit against third-party companies describes the level of delivery fees being charged during the pandemic as exorbitant and abusive.
Quebec’s latest COVID-19 lockdown will keep bars and restaurants closed until at least February 8, except for curbside pickup and delivery.
With 2020 in the rearview mirror, RestoBiz reviews ORHMA’s most-read news of the year, including announcements and advocacies.
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 Ontario food delivery cap officially began on Saturday, December 19 under the Supporting Local Restaurants Act, 2020.
Restaurants and operators must be careful not to cede control over customer loyalty as off-premises consumption becomes the norm.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers says it and app-based delivery workers have grave concerns about the Supporting Local Restaurants Act.
The Supporting Local Restaurants Act 2020 would cap fees charged by Ontario food delivery companies in areas where indoor dining is prohibited.