Once upon a time, I was an editor with a trade magazine that covered the foodservice business.
I’m happy for the years I spent with that magazine because I learnt a life-lesson there. Which is this: NEVER go into the restaurant business.
The whole sector is swamped with expenses and high operating costs, and now the red tape is gearing up to make thing even worse in Ontario.
Toronto City Councillor Mike Colle has recently introduced a motion to request that the province's Alcohol and Gaming Commission should revoke the licenses of restaurants that have “been the scene of gun violence.”
How does that make any sense?