Statia Elliot, director of the School of Hospitality Food and Tourism Management, comments on the impact the new COVID-19 testing rules have on the travel industry.
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Lang hospitality professor Bruce McAdams and MSc candidate Rebecca Gordon discuss the challenges facing the Canadian hospitality and foodservice industry.
Lang PhD Management student Malika Khakhar explains in a new Conversation Canada commentary why she and colleagues analyzed how food allergy information gets miscommunicated at restaurants.
Research article by Lang HFTM faculty reveals how young professionals view the work-life balance in the foodservice industry and their desire for a four-day work week.
Experts from Lang's School of Hospitality, Food and Tourism Management discuss how COVID-19 has impacted the hospitality industry's sustainability initiatives.
Across Canada, restaurant sustainability initiatives are taking one step forward and two steps back as full-service restaurants struggle to weather the most daunting winter season in recent memory.
The International Air Transport Association, known as the IATA — the body representing the air transport industry — expects global air passenger traffic to fall 55 per cent in 2020 compared to 2019, and global passenger traffic not to return to pre-pandemic levels until 2024.