Should restaurant chains post calories on menus?

Ontario plans to force large restaurant chains to post calorie counts and nutritional information on their menus. Should New Brunswick do the same? We put the question to people on the streets of Fredericton.
New Brunswickers weigh in. 1:33

Ontario plans to force large restaurant chains to post calorie counts and nutritional information on their menus. Should New Brunswick do the same? We put the question to people on the streets of Fredericton. 

The Ontario government will introduce the legislation this winter.

It says it's responding to what parents have been asking for and that is to get the information they need to make healthy choices for their kids.

The Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association (CRFA) says it's disappointed by the Ontario move.

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