• Michael Bertuzzi joins Centennial College
    Michael Bertuzzi has joined the faculty at Centennial College’s School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts.

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  • P.E.I. restaurateur appointed to NRA board
    CHARLOTTETOWN — Liam Dolan of Charlottetown is joining the board of directors of the Washington-based National Restaurant Association. Dolan, who owns the Claddagh Oyster Bar, Olde Dublin Pub and Peak’s Quay, has been appointed for a two-year term.

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  • New director for Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence
    CALGARY — Canada Beef is pleased to announce the appointment of Mathieu Paré as the new director of the Canadian Beef Centre of Excellence (CBCE) effective Jan. 23.

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  • Foreign flavours find a home on Canadian menus
    Canadians are enamoured with bold flavours from abroad. Operators can incorporate exciting new tastes on restaurant menus to add value to the customer experience.

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  • Use tech to better your business
    As new technologies are introduced to the public at an ever-increasing rate, restaurants aren’t left out of the fold.

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  • Journey to the centre of the plate
    Operators who want to keep their plate costs in check can turn to a number of creative solutions without sacrificing value.

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  • The catch of today
    Driven in part by demand for sustainability, the seafood market is evolving.

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  • 2017 RC Show: Canada Unleashed

  • TORONTO — Restaurants Canada is aiming to unite the country’s foodservice and hospitality community at its annual trade show.
  • Hopscotch jumps into Toronto

  • Brothers Wyatt and Aiden Booth created the concept for Hopscotch, a fast casual eatery, for a business course at Western University.
  • N.S. changes liquor licence policy

  • HALIFAX — Changes to Nova Scotia Liquor Licensing Regulations announced Jan. 24 will allow restaurant owners to better serve their customers up to two alcoholic drinks without buying food.