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Toronto – All-gender washrooms have become increasingly common at Canadian university campuses, schools and private businesses. For restaurants and bars facing conflicting regulations and potentially expensive renovations, the issue of ensuring public washrooms are a safe haven for everyone can prove tricky. The Globe and Mail reports. | READ MORE
Toronto – According to a Leger survey commissioned by Pizza Pizza, almost half of Canadians celebrating Valentine's Day would rather stay in and share a romantic evening at home, while 45 per cent prefer going out to enjoy a nice dinner.
Boston – For business executives trying to decide where exactly in the digital realm to invest their advertising dollars, new research suggests paid search ads on review sites such as Yelp can be a good way to go for small, lesser-known companies. Harvard Business School reports. | READ MORE
Detroit, MI – Mike Ilitch, the founder of Little Caesars Pizza and the owner of Detroit’s professional hockey and baseball teams, died Friday afternoon at age 87. The Wall Street Journal reports. | READ MORE
Ann Arbor, MI – Forget the fine china. Domino's Pizza has launched a wedding registry site that allows couples to order the pie of their dreams. The Canadian Press reports. | READ MORE
Toronto – In any successful small business, passion and energy must be supported by a plan to create a viable business with positive cash flow. The Globe and Mail poses three questions all business owners must be able to answer. | READ MORE
Toronto – A&W Food Services of Canada has announced plans to grow by more than 200 new franchises by the end of 2020.
Louisville, KY – KFC has ventured into the alternative pizza world with the Chizza, a fried chicken and pizza hybrid now available for purchase in Singapore. The Toronto Sun reports. | READ MORE
Ottawa – A new government program called Kid Food Nation will help children and families develop knowledge and skills to plan and prepare healthy meals, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada.
Toronto – The Canadian Federation of Independent Business wants to see a loophole corrected that makes selling a small business to a third party easier than selling to a family member.
Toronto – According to Restaurants Canada’s latest Restaurant Outlook Survey, labour costs had a negative impact on 72 per cent of foodservice operators in the fourth quarter of 2016.
Toronto – New at the Restaurants Canada Show are a sampling event that highlights notable chefs and their unique regional cuisine, and a series of business-building sessions.
Las Vegas – Pizza expert Scott Wiener will host a tour of three outstanding Las Vegas pizzerias as part of the International Pizza Expo in March.
Montreal – The founder of cheese and dairy processor Saputo Inc. will retire next summer, handing his position as chairman to his son, who remains chief executive officer.
Toronto – A Toronto city staff proposal to dramatically boost fees charged to operate sidewalk cafés and patios has some restaurant and bar owners predicting it will lead to fewer outdoor spaces for residents to eat and drink. The Toronto Star reports. | READ MORE
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