An early morning fire in a Calgary restaurant is now being investigated as suspicious, Calgary police confirmed Thursday afternoon.

At around 1:40 a.m. on Thursday, the Calgary Fire Department were called to Cuty Restaurant at 3168 Sunridge Blvd. S.E. Police were called to the scene shortly after.


Investigators comb through evidence of a fire at a Calgary restaurant on Jan. 5, 2023.


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Investigators comb through evidence of a fire at a Calgary restaurant on Jan. 5, 2023.


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The CFD said there was fire damage to the inside of the restaurant, but no injuries were reported.

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Before food travel was a “thing,” two lesbian New Yorkers seized an opportunity when the dot-com bubble burst in the early 2000s. Out of work and sitting in their apartment, Lisa Goldman and Melissa Joachim turned to each other and decided to start a company.

Two decades later, the women have taken culinary adventures with guests to 12 countries and more than 35 destinations with Tour de Forks. There are guests of different ages, genders, and sexual orientations. Tour de Forks survived 9/11, the Great Recession, and the pandemic — and now they’re celebrating a 20-year anniversary.

“We’re thrilled,” said

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(Photo courtesy of Victoria Pocha)

There’s a new Asian fusion style pub opening in downtown Victoria later this month.

With support from his longtime friends and business partners Eric Moon and Eric Zheng, Arnold Yeung is opening his first restaurant after working 10 years in the Victoria restaurant business. 

For Yeung, the opportunity to open Victoria Pocha allows the longtime foodie the ability to run a restaurant his way. 

“When opening your own restaurant you have more control. The places that I worked at have different work styles than I do. I always wanted to see what it feels like

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A restaurant chain known for its chicken wings is not winning over any fans with the DineSafe police who have recently flagged three of its locations with a range of health infractions.

Wild Wing, a growing restaurant chain that started in smalltown Ontario but now has many locations across the province, was nailed for infractions at its restaurants at 1617 Wilson Avenue, 675 King St. West and 2819 Kingston Road.

The worst hit among the chain was the location near King and Bathurst that received a whopping 10 infractions on Jan. 6 including three crucial infractions including “food premise maintained

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