The Best Places to Eat in Canada

The country’s 20 most magical restaurants, from the tip of Vancouver Island to the edge of Newfoundland

This Tofino duo turned a retro bus into a Japanese diner on wheels 

“It was a risk putting something that people may not recognize on the menu, but it was really important to us to bring something new to the area”

How Michelin’s Bib Gourmand award turned a struggling restaurant around

”I’ve been to some Michelin-starred restaurants around the world before, and to tell you the truth, I always go looking for the Bib Gourmands anyways“

Restaurants are offering take out and delivery only as only essential industries are open as the province tried to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Toronto. From Mar. 24, 2020. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star/Getty)

Local restaurants are closing for good. Here’s what we’ll miss.

Corey Mintz: The closure of local, neighbourhood-focused, independently owned restaurants is going to leave a hole in our lives

Resident Adeline Thrush, age 84, touches her window to acknowlege family and local residents showing up outside each afternoon to show caring and support for residents in isolation at a long term care centre in Calgary, Alberta on Apr. 2, 2020. (Larry MacDougal/CP)

Coronavirus: Where to donate and how to help Canada’s most vulnerable

From donating vital protective gear to frontline workers to offering emotional support for local seniors, there are many ways you can give and get involved

How much do Canadians think they should tip?

Is 10 per cent enough? 15? Does it depend on the service? Tipping advice from the people it affects the most.

Why Canada’s fetish for big U.S. brands is fading

The arrival of the Cheesecake Factory in Canada saw none of the hype once afforded to U.S. chains that entered the country

Why it’s time to push back against electronic tipping

Editorial: New payment systems make tipping easier—and more expensive. Push the tip jar too hard and customers eventually push back.

It’s wintertime, so head to the…patio?

Bars and restaurants across the country are creating a year-round patio culture

The dragon from the west

Restaurateur Vikram Vij won Vancouver’s heart. Now the newest Dragon’s Den judge is moving on to the rest of Canada

Turning the tables on Instagram

Is posting pictures of delicious eats to Instagram really just a way to say “My life is better than yours”?

Tim Hortons: The Canadian icon Canadians won’t work for

Tim Hortons can’t keep opening stores on every other corner forever