New York City moves to protect food delivery workers

The New York City Council has approved a package of bills designed to strengthen protections for the city’s tens of thousands of food delivery workers. The legislation will give couriers more control over their routes and better access to washrooms and also gets the ball rolling on establishing minimum per-trip payments. In summary, the six […]

Delivery companies sue New York City over permanent fee cap

It’s been an incendiary issue for months now amid the struggles of the pandemic, and the issue of third-party delivery companies in foodservice is threatening to come to a head south of the border. Delivery platforms DoorDash, Uber Eats, and GrubHub are leading a lawsuit against New York City over the city’s implementation of a […]

Is asking for proof of vaccination the new restaurant normal?

By Tom Nightingale Across Canada, North America, and beyond, the debate around vaccinations has been raging since numerous vaccines became widely available a few months ago. Now, the hottest topic may be proof of vaccination. Much has been made of whether requiring proof of vaccinations — be they so-called “vaccine passports” or other forms of […]