How did Peter Oliver die?
Peter Oliver Toronto restaurant writer who started his sandwich shop in Midtown, Toronto in the ’70s and he became a famous name around the city’s restaurant scene has died to Cancer.
Announced Oliver’s death in an online post on Thursday 22 September 2022, Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality, the company that bears his name.
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Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality posted on Twitter, ” “It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved leader and co-founder of Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality, Peter Oliver”.
The Company said, in May 2021 he was diagnosed with late-stage cancer over a year ago and he fought with strength and grace.
When Peter Oliver Died?
He died on 21 September 2022 Wednesday with his children and wife Maureen by his side, “During his treatment, he maintained a positive spirit for which he will always be remembered”.
Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality captioned the post, “It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved leader and co-founder of Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality, Peter Oliver.”
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Who is Peter Oliver?
He was born in Cape Town, South Africa, and moved to Montreal in 1967 to attend McGill University. In 1978, he decided to make a career change, he had a successful career as a stockbroker and in commercial real estate. He opened a small sandwich shop called Oliver’s Old Fashioned Bakery at Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue which was his first restaurant in midtown Toronto.