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What Bill 132 means for your restaurant
As an employer, it is vital to stay on top of relevant changes to the law to ensure that your business is compliant with minimum requirements; doing all it can to avoid liability; and is prepared to answer any complaint or claim made.  There are some big changes currently in the legislative pipeline in the form of Bill 132, which is poised to impact Ontario employers in the coming years. 
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Three steps to get, retain and develop your customers
The purpose of marketing and promotions is to get customers inside your four walls...Full story
Popeyes announces Western Canada expansion
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen will expand into Western Canada with locations...Full story
Sales tax on food and beverages in Canada
This chart demonstrates how much sales tax is applied to foodservice meals in...Full story
Canadian restaurant accounting standards
This outline of the standards and sub-categories allows you to gain a...Full story
Creating recipes with beer
Using beer in food recipes is one way to enhance the whole experience. Why cook with beer? It lends itself well to recipes and is an easy, flavourful substitute for other liquids...Full story
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