(Oct. 17/16) Restaurants Canada outlined recent liquor policy changes and common violations at the Alberta Liquor Industry Conference in early October
The webinar will review Restaurant Canada’s plans for an industry wide campaign as the government initiates public consultations on the 2017 minimum wage increase.
Alberta’s economy is in trouble, and the restaurant industry is facing a double whammy of increasing costs and declining sales as Albertans are choosing to dine out less often.
Read these frequently asked questions on the Alberta Minimum Wage Campaign.
508 completed surveys, representing 1275 foodservice operators in Alberta.
Alberta’s economy slipped into a recession in the first half of 2015, but the most significant impacts of the economic downturn were felt in the labour market and on foodservice spending in the second half of 2015.
The following is a meeting guide for spokespeople meeting with the MLAs.
Presented to the Premier of Alberta and Minister of Labour.
The Alberta economy has taken a hard fall, but the government hasn’t budged from its plan to introduce a $15 minimum wage by 2018 – and to eliminate the liquor server wage this year. Our campaign to slow down this plan is moving into high gear. Check out our infographic to see why a $15 minimum wage doesn`t add up.