A law passed last month and set to take effect later this month or in March will reinstate displaced local employees, including restaurant workers, as their former positions begin to become available again.
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.
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.
Press release An updated Liquor Control and Licencing Act and regulation came into force on Jan. 23 that will create new opportunities for businesses, increase convenience for consumers and enhance the Province’s commitment to social responsibility. Legislative changes The Liquor Policy Review made 73 recommendations to update antiquated laws for British Columbians and reduce red tape. […]
Press release Thriving microbrewery industry a bright spot in light of current economic conditions Calgary is now reaping the benefits of the amendment to Alberta’s liquor legislation that put an end to the production-capacity limit of 5,000 hectolitres minimum per year, and is seeing a significant rise in the number of craft breweries in the […]
By Diane Chiasson Some major changes are coming our way for email and text message marketing in Canada. On July 1st, 2014, the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) will come into effect, and it’s one of the most aggressive anti-spam laws in the world. In a nutshell, you can no longer email or text anyone in […]