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Digesting campus food options

Five years ago, an external review found that Queen’s campus was overcrowded by independent food operators. Currently, there’s been no official rule established, but the University has adopted a practice where these outlets are now disallowed
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Hot food has purpose

Vendors at the Queen’s Farmer’s Market were notified last month that a new policy prohibits the sale of hot food. It’s a decision that has negative consequences on vendors and risks the market’s future prosperity.Continue...

Chef to cook on campus

A $1.3 million renovation of the Mac-Corry cafeteria will include the Canadian Grilling Company, a restaurant designed by Food Network Canada Chef Michael Smith. In April 2010, Sodexo signed a food contract with Queen’s which included the installation of Smith’s restaurant.Continue...

Exiled hotdog vendor Scott Hallman reaches a compromise with Hospitality Services

On Oct. 14, hot dog and sausage vendor Scott Hallman was notified by Hospitality Services that he would no longer be able to operate at the Queen’s Farmers Market as he had done for nearly six years prior. After a petition calling for his reinstatement reached over 1200 signatures, Hallman announced he had reached a compromise with Queen’s Hospitality Services.

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Hospitality Services removes popular hot dog & sausage vendor from campus

After six years of business on campus, Queen’s University Hospitality Services removed Scott Hallman’s hot dog and sausage stand from the Queen’s Farmers Market.Continue...

Queen’s far from Canada’s “best employer”

Last week, Queen's was cited as Canada’s best employer by Forbes magazine. This assessment may ring true for some workers at Queen's, however for many others it sounds like a Beaverton headline.Continue...