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The Gallery was free and open to the public from Nov. 3 to 6 at Stackt Market in the North Hall and Solarium in Toronto. An immersive virtual walkthrough of The Gallery of Little Big Things was also available.
Discussions about the “world’s best” this or that are by nature very divisive so when I start an article about where to find the world’s best cup of coffee, I know I am asking for trouble… Of course, many factors need to come together to create great coffee. You cannot...
The recent FX series “The Bear” has shone a bright light on the true-life aspects of restaurant and hospitality, rather than the fantasy of the glamourous industry that we often see portrayed in fiction or on shows like MasterChef. This got us thinking about who are the most famous, or...
Is there a positive from the years of Covid-19 that have ravaged the hotel industry – maybe not… Post Covid, there seems to be an acute staff shortage in hospitality reflected by the fact that that some restaurants are still unable to re-open, and many hotels have cut back on...
I always like to look ahead and wonder what the industry I grew up in will be like in the future. So much has changed in the past 30 years and will continue to change over the next few decades because of the changing environment, employment, social, economic, and political...
The finalists for the first ever Canadian edition of the globally recognized Young Chef Young Waiter competition have been announced ahead of the live final at Don Alfonso 1890 on Monday October 17th, 2022. The 6 finalists are comprised of 3 young chefs and 3 young waiters who were chosen by a stellar judging panel.
Canada’s LGBT+ Chamber of Commerce (CGLCC) and the Tourism Innovation Lab have announced the launch of a 2SLGBTQ+ “Spark” Mentorships & Grants Program in Southern Ontario.
Chef Medeiros edged out Top Chef Canada alum Imrun Texeira, who received a Vitamix prize package for his second place finish, and The Heartbreak Chef Jerome Robinson, who took home third place and an Anova Culinary prize package.
TORONTO ―The foodservice industry has lost an industry icon with the passing earlier this week of Peter Oliver, co-founder of Oliver & Bonacini. Oliver was a respected leader who shaped and influenced the foodservice-and-hospitality industry in innumerable ways. He was diagnosed with stage IV cancer in May 2021, a...
The hotel industry has some serious investments to make in improving guest experience if hoteliers want to maintain current high rates, revenue managers said. The problem: Labor issues and other challenges have caused an erosion in guest satisfaction at hotels, putting the wave of high rates hoteliers are enjoying in jeopardy.
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