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Survey indicates Canadians are confident in restaurants to keep them safe

Eighty-seven per cent of Canadians say restaurants are doing a good job keeping their customers safe, according to a new survey from Restaurants Canada.


September 30, 2020
By Canadian Pizza

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Restaurants Canada (CNW Group/Restaurants Canada)

Toronto – A majority of Canadians trust restaurants are doing a good job keeping them safe, according to a new Restaurants Canada survey.

“Canadians have told us loud and clear that restaurants are doing a good job ensuring their health and safety, and are an important part of their local communities and economy,” said Restaurants Canada president and CEO Todd Barclay in a news release. “Canada’s restaurants have quickly and effectively adapted to continually evolving public health guidance over the course of the pandemic. Through investment in training and ensuring use of all necessary health and safety PPE, restaurants continue to provide safe spaces to enjoy meals with friends and family throughout the ongoing crisis.”

Survey reveals Canadians are confident in restaurants to keep them safe

In response to a recent Restaurants Canada survey:

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  • 87 per cent of Canadians said restaurants are doing a good job keeping their customers safe.
  • 86 per cent said they don’t want province-wide shutdowns of indoor dining when COVID-19 cases increase in their communities.
  • 92 per cent of respondents said restaurants are an important part of their community.