In a recent episode of The Barron Report, Paul Barron spoke to Dr. Christopher Murray who shared data and forecast models around the use of masks to decrease the spread of COVID-19. Plus: What we can learn from Florida’s difficulties.
A new survey from Accenture shows more than half (56 per cent) of Canadians are reluctant to visit bars in the next six months.
Ontario municipalities will be able to quickly pass temporary bylaws for the creation and extension of patios and allow covered outdoor dining areas.
Nearly 8,000 Toronto restaurants and bars, including more than 1,400 with licensed patios, sidewalk cafés, or parklet permits, can now offer delivery, takeout, and outdoor dining.
Brent Poulton, CEO of St. Louis Bar & Grill, is confident the measures his company has taken will encourage Canadians to return to its signature service.
Forty-seven temporary expedited patio permits have been issued by the city of Vancouver since the launch of the program on June 1.
On June 12, outdoor dine-in service at Ontario restaurants and bars in regions that have moved into Stage 2 of the province’s relaunching will reopen.
Ontario’s outdoor patios may be temporarily extended or added by licensed establishments to ensure the safety of guests and staff.
As of June 1, Manitoba restaurants can welcome guests back into their dining room as part of the second phase of restoring service across the province.
Prepare your restaurant staff and customers for the smoothest possible post-COVID-19 transition by creating and following a reopening checklist.