News
Toronto – Canada's top pizza makers were named at the Canadian Pizza Summit and Chef of the Year Competitions. 
Montreal – The City of Montreal is considering restricting the use of wood-fired ovens and cooking with charcoal (on grills or otherwise) in restaurants, according to Metro. Eater reports. | READ MORE
Toronto – With the Canadian Pizza Summit and Chef of the Year Competitions just days away, Canadian Pizza is pleased to announce our judges and the competitors who will vie for victory as Canada’s top pizza makers on Monday, Oct. 15.
Edmonton – Following the recent increase of Alberta’s minimum wage to $15, Restaurants Canada is urging the Alberta government to reintroduce the liquor server wage and to introduce a youth wage at $13.60.
Montreal – Montreal Pizzafest, a friendly competition among local pizzerias, recently crowned winners in three categories with help from guest judge Anthony Falco.
London, U.K. – A vegan pizza featuring vegan mozzarella, fried aubergine, crumbled soya sausage, basil and nutritional yeast has taken top honours at the National Pizza Awards in the U.K. Plant Based News reports. | READ MORE
Toronto – Insurance premium rates for employers will be sharply reduced due to the elimination of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board's Insurance Fund's unfunded liability, the Ontario government and the WSIB recently announced.
Giuseppe Cortinovis’ Covent Garden pizza was a hit with judges at last year’s Chef of the Year competition.
Calgary – Tom’s House of Pizza owner John Windle said police found the business's portable pizzeria in a campground near Carstairs badly damaged. The Calgary Sun reports. | READ MORE
Canadian Pizza has launched its first national survey of Canadian pizzeria operators. We are taking the pulse of the industry on issues that matter to you and we want your input!
Boston, MA – People on low-carb diets should replace carbs with plant-based proteins and fats, rather than meats, a U.S. study suggests.
Natick, MA — The American military calls its combat field rations M.R.E.’s, for Meals, Ready to Eat, since they require no cooking. Military food scientists have finally hit on what many say is the holy grail of field rations: the M.R.E. pizza. | The New York Times reports. | READ MORE
Longueuil, Que. – Agropur Cooperative announced it is shutting its plant in Saint-Damase, in Quebec's Montérégie region.
Calgary – The owners of Calgary-based pizza chain Tom’s House of Pizza are working on a contingency plan after someone made off with the trailer they use to support charitable endeavours. CTV News reports. | READ MORE
Portable pizza oven company Ooni is looking to hire 10 pizza taste-testers – "novices through to professional pizzaioli" – who will work from home and get paid anywhere from $300 to $1,000 a day. CNBC reports. | READ MORE
Page 1 of 249

Subscription Centre

 
New Subscription
 
Already a Subscriber
 
Customer Service
 
View Digital Magazine Renew





Most Popular

We are using cookies to give you the best experience on our website. By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. To find out more, read our Privacy Policy.