CHARLEBOIS: The Tim Hortons campaign has been so successful the company’s new owners are sticking with it
BONNER: Somehow, diners have lost their sense of decorum: they’re more likely to behave like they’re at a sporting event than at a restaurant
CHARLEBOIS: The divide between breakfast, lunch and dinner is eroding as millennials start to gain a hold in the marketplace
CHARLEBOIS: Gender equality in restaurant management makes strategic sense – how else do you fully understand markets and see new opportunities?
LAU: Canadian cattle producers are justifiably proud of their humane treatment of their animals
CHARLEBOIS: The Earls restaurant controversy is just the tip of the iceberg for a Canadian industry that has been slow to adapt to changing needs
KUNIN: Even though fewer people are preparing their own meals, the restaurant industry is struggling to find staff and pay them more
CHARLEBOIS: But fast-food industry – including McDonald’s – won’t be following in its footsteps any time soon