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05/13/15
Canadian teens drinking younger: Study
In 2010, 67% of 15-year-old Canadians tried alcohol, according to Tackling Harmful Alcohol Use: Economics and Public Health Policy. That's up from 43% of 15-year-olds eight years earlier.
05/13/15
Craft distillers say they face unfair conditions in Ontario
Small batch distillers say they face Prohibition-era laws that don't apply to beer and winemakers
05/13/15
A dozen including CEO of Diamond Estates Winery arrested in Montreal for alleged tax fraud involving 1.8m wine bottles
Dubbed "Project Malbec", the investigation began last January and has uncovered a record number of contraband wines sold by a single network.
05/08/15
Wine producers question Canadian duty fees
Wine sales made to Canadian citizens have upstate New York wine producers worried. They said they are losing business because Canada makes it too expensive for their citizens to buy New York state wines while visiting and then bring it home to Canada.
05/08/15
Industry Pioneer Honoured as Lang Vineyards celebrates 25 Years
BC's first farm-gate winery marks silver jubilee with wine and art
05/07/15
Ontario's Vineland Estates Winery Expands Retail Presence in China
"Chinese consumers are increasingly aware of the world-class wines made in Ontario. I'd like to congratulate Vineland Estates on their commitment to building new markets for Ontario wine. This demonstrates the significant opportunity for export growth in Ontario's wine and grape sector" commented Minister Leal.
05/07/15
Montreal Mayor supports idea of deposit fees on wine bottles
The city spends $27,000 plus tax disposing of glass products at a cost of $18 a tonne each month, Coderre said. In total, 1,500 tonnes of glass is disposed of monthly, 80 per cent of it derived from SAQ bottles. Most cannot be recycled into bottles because it breaks during the recycling process and is mixed with other materials. Most ends up being used as construction filler or dumped in landfills.
05/07/15
Big wine sale from Niagara to China
Vineland Estates says a new wine retailing and distribution agreement with partners in China includes a new retail store that recently opened in the city of Tai'an.
05/07/15
B.C. was province with biggest drop in booze profits last year
British Columbia had the biggest drop in profit from alcohol sales among Canadian provinces in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2014, according to data that Statistics Canada released May 4.
05/05/15
British Columbia wine competition sees record entries
Wild Goose Vineyards in Okanagan Falls received two best of class awards - including one for Riesling - at the 2015 British Columbia Best of Varietal Wine Awards.
05/05/15
BC will lead Canada's economic pack in 2015, says BMO
For the first time in 10 years, B.C. will lead Canada in economic growth in 2015, according to the BMO Blue Book released Monday by BMO Capital Markets Economics and BMO Commercial Banking.
05/05/15
BC has biggest drop in booze profits in Canada last year
B.C. was one of only two provinces that did not increase its profit from alcohol sales in the 2014 fiscal year
04/27/15
Canadian Group Has Big Wine Plans for Nearly 700 Acres on Red Mountain
"Just pleased to be down here and part of the Washington wine industry."
04/24/15
Retailers divided about allowing Ontario grocers to carry beer
While retailers say they welcome the province's first steps to bring beer to supermarkets, some big chains are struggling with restrictions that will limit beer sales in each store to about $1-million a year and keep package sizes to six-packs.
04/23/15
James Beard House blends BC wines, Calgary chefs
Six British Columbia winemakers will make the trip of a lifetime today when their wines are featured at the iconic James Beard House in New York City.
04/23/15
Ontario: Grocery Gateway to start delivering wine, spirits
Starting Thursday, you will be able to order a bottle of wine or spirits with your groceries.
04/23/15
Retailers divided about allowing Ontario grocers to carry beer
Ontario's decision to allow grocers to carry beer in their stores has left retailers divided about the potential new source of business and uncertain about its effects
04/22/15
Canadian restaurant bans 'small screaming children'
A Canadian restaurant has received messages of "hate and threats" after it banned "small screaming children" from its premises.
04/21/15
James Beard Foundation Hosts the Best From Canada's West
Wines of British Columbia, Tourism Calgary and the Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance Showcase the Best of the West in a Winery & Chef Collaborative Lunch and Dinner at the James Beard House in New York for the Very First Time
04/21/15
Lower Wolfville vineyard planning to expand, requests water from town
Recently, the owners, Michael Lightfoot and Jocelyn Allen, started the development agreement process for their Lower Wolfville land. They want permission to build a tourist commercial operation at 11137 Highway 1. The proposal includes constructing a banquet hall that will hold 150 people, a commercial kitchen and wine tasting rooms.
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