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What to expect in Canadian foodservice in 2021
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Canadian foodservice remains in unprecedented territory in 2021. Those who prove the most versatile in response to industry, consumer, and cultural shifts are best set to succeed as COVID-19 resurges. Read the full story.

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Resetting your mind for the challenges ahead in 2021

The goals set for 2020 quickly evaporated. Now, businesses must recharge and reframe to move beyond mere survival mode. Full story

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CRFN's 2021 media kit is out now!

As you look to build your advertising and sales schedules for 2021, take a look at Canadian Restaurant & Foodservice News' full 2021 media kit. Full media kit

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Quebec lockdown will keep bars & restaurants closed into February

Indoor dining will remain off the table until Feb. 8, and the announcement is being met with calls to cut third-party delivery fees. Full story

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Halifax restaurants reopen indoor dining after over 5 weeks shut

Halifax dining rooms had been closed since November 26 but establishments can now serve patrons in-house until 10 p.m. Full story
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The future of restaurants and foodservice is tech-savvy

COVID-19 has caused the traditional restaurant experience to be redesigned in a way that will define foodservice's long-term future. Full story

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Recapping ORHMA’s most-discussed news of 2020

With 2020 in the rearview, RestoBiz and the Ontario Restaurant, Hotel & Motel Association review the biggest news of the year. Full story

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