The owner of Le Draveur restaurant and bar, Nick Gingras, wants to raise awareness of the impact of skyrocketing last-minute reservation cancellations.
The Consumer Protection Act prevents restaurateurs from charging for cancellations. The Association Restauration Québec made representations to the Minister of Justice a few months ago to change the legislation.
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Currently, according to the information we have, it is under study by the Consumer Protection Office which we have met a few times in recent months, assured the vice-president of public affairs. and government of the association, Martin Vézina. However, it cannot be denied that they have been under study for more than eight months. So, we hope quickly for a favorable response to our claim.
This claim, the founder of the HRImag magazine, which addresses people from #x27;restaurant industry, heard it hundreds of times.
If we go back to the last ten years, we will have the same reports for ten years, launched Robert Dion. It's just that now each cancellation is more expensive because the profit margin is much smaller. The impact is much greater.
David Otis and Nick Gingras now want to raise awareness about the impacts of last-minute cancellations.
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The co-owner of the Lion Bleu microbrewery, David Otis, denounces the last minute cancellations.
We work hard and we are all a gang of restaurant enthusiasts, expressed David Otis. Help us make the experience what you expect.
We just want a little awareness, then a strict minimum on time and not to forget us in 2024, to book within a possible deadline, launched Nick Gingras. For the rest of us, a little more than 24 hours would be really cool for 2024.