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Miama, FL – The Carnival Cruise Line has added to its service app a pizza-ordering feature that encourages guests to take a selfie and order pizza directly to their location on the ship.
Toronto – Square One shopping mall has announced local merchants and eateries for a food concept called The Food District it plans to open as part of west-side expansion on April 1, 2019.
Kitchener, Ont. – The last remaining location of southern Ontario chain Mother's Pizza has closed. The restaurant on King Street East in Kitchener, Ont., is one of four that had opened since the chain was reborn in 2013. The Record reports. | READ MORE
Boston, MA – Michael Lastoria's create-your-own pizza brand &pizza has joined forces with Christina Tosi's nostalgia-driven Milk Bar Bakery to open a pizzeria and bakery on Harvard University's campus. The Heights reports. | READ MORE
 Lyon, France – Team Canada has placed 13th at the grand finale of the Bocuse d’Or competition in Lyon, France.
Ottawa – After completing a 12-year study, the new Canada Food Guide focuses on more vegetables and less on meat and dairy.
Renowned marketing expert David Coletto sheds light on the preferences of millennial pizza lovers
Canadian Pizza launched its first national survey of pizzeria operators in 2018.
Charleston, S.C. – Delivery-focused brand Stoner's Pizza in the southern U.S. is is planning aggressive growth on college campuses and in states such as Colorado where recreational use of marijuana is legal and where cannabis-extract-infused foods are popular. Nation's Restaurant News reports. | READ MORE
Ottawa – The Canadian Dairy Commission encourages growth and innovation in the manufacture and use of Canadian dairy products and ingredients.
Louisville, KY –  Emerald Expositions will launch an International Artisan Bakery Expo alongside its International Pizza Expo, March 5-7, 2019, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Ottawa – In an open letter to B.C.'s attorney general, the province's interim commissioner of competition encourages B.C. to consider the principles of competition while it reviews its liquor policy.
Windsor, Ont. – Windsor border protectors and others kicked in over $600 to buy pizzas from Antonio's Pizza for U.S. Customs and Border Protection in a gesture of solidarity to unpaid federal agents across the Detroit River. The Windsor Star reports. | READ MORE
Naples, Italy – A famous pizzeria in Naples that was bombed in a possible act of intimidation by the Camorra mafia has received messages of solidarity from around the world. The Telegraph reports. | READ MORE
Australia – Domino’s stores in Australia are drawing lots of attention with "The Big One," a pizza equivalent to two large pizzas.

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