Culinary tourism hobbled by taxes, labour shortages, says internal report

CBC News
November 22, 2018
By CBC News
Arctic char, a quintessential Canadian dish. Restaurateurs say high taxes and labour shortages are hobbling their ability to boost culinary tourism.
Arctic char, a quintessential Canadian dish. Restaurateurs say high taxes and labour shortages are hobbling their ability to boost culinary tourism. Photo by Jonathan Pinto, CBC
Ottawa – The federal government's plan to make Canada a "culinary destination" for foreign tourists is getting some criticism from restaurant owners, some of whom are unhappy with a new alcohol tax, struggling with shortages of uniquely Canadian foods that tend to be produced for export, and asking for looser immigration rules to bring in more foreign workers. CBC News reports. | READ MORE

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