The AGCO will allow certain liquor licensed establishments to extend their premises to increase capacity until 2022.
Restricting the ability of food trucks to compete in the food service industry can reduce consumer choice and stifle innovation. Press release While an influx of tourists make Canada their number one destination this year as part of the country’s 150th birthday celebration, the Competition Bureau is calling on municipalities across the country to give both hungry travellers […]
By Jordan Knox The highest classification of wine in Canada is defined by the stamp of the Vintners Quality Alliance or VQA. Seeing this label on a bottle is an indication of certain specifications followed by a winery in producing its product. In recent years, B.C. and Ontario have split the designation with B.C. taking […]
Press release Canada scores an F in regulatory report Canada’s seafood labelling requirements fail consumers, particularly when compared to requirements governing two of our largest export partners, the European Union and the United States, according to a SeaChoice international seafood labelling report card. “We found that Canada had the lowest standard of labelling among the […]
Press release Cloud-based Cool.it platform facilitates the collection and sharing of data throughout the cold chain to improve food temperature controls, enable transparency, and help ensure food safety and minimize waste. Danfoss, a leading manufacturer of high-efficiency electronic and mechanical components and controls for air-conditioning, heating, refrigeration, industrial, and water systems, has announced the development […]
Press release Nova Scotia’s restaurants and their customers will benefit from a change to liquor licensing regulations. Effective Jan. 24, restaurant patrons will be able to order up to two alcoholic drinks without ordering food. Until now, customers had to order food to be served an alcoholic drink or move to the restaurant’s designated lounge […]