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Price of Wine Increases in Ontario Today
The tax is moving from its current rate of 65.5 per cent to 67.5 per cent for Ontario wine, and from 71.5 per cent to 73.5 per cent for imported wine
Ontario & federal governments invest in Hardie Wines
To celebrate Ontario Wine Week, the Ontario and federal governments have announced an investment in Hardie Wines Limited
Province and feds will meet to talk trade and B.C. wine sales
Bert Hick of Rising Tide Consultants said he has heard from his contacts in the U.S. wine industry that the meeting comes amid concerns about the decision by B.C. to let licences to sell Vintner Quality Assurance (VQA) B.C. wines in grocery stores.
This Canadian Brewery Is Turning Icebergs into Beer
Each year for around six weeks during the season, Ed tracks icebergs and then heads out with his 180-foot barge to harvest the pristine, 10-20,000-year-old ice that takes three to four years to float down from the Petermann Glacier in Greenland before arriving off the shores of eastern Canada. This is ice that was formed before the Industrial Revolution, the purest water on earth, and it's what Newfoundland's Quidi Vidi Brewery uses to make its Iceberg Beer.
LCBO net sales hit record $5.57 billion in 2015-16, delivers 22nd consecutive increase on dividend
LCBO's financial results for fiscal 2015-16 show net sales growth of 6.8 per cent, at $5.57 billion
CNC's "Soil Monitoring Technology" research project could change wine game
The College of New Caledonia's current research could help improve vineyards across the Province.
Ottawa attracts guests with annual wine fest this weekend
The popular festival in downtown Ottawa, at the Jordan block, 101 W. Main St., has become a mainstay in the community and is known for not only enticing local citizens to taste test Illinois-produced wine, but also in introducting the Ottawa downtown area to those visiting from outside of the city limits.
Why Constellation Brands Wants to Spin Off a Key Business Line
Constellation Brands is considering an IPO for its Canadian wine operation, the top wine producer in Canada. Does this make good business sense?
Andrew Peller CEO Welcomes Constellation Wine IPO
John Peller, President & CEO of Andrew Peller joins Bloomberg TV Canada's Pamela Ritchie to discuss why Constellation Brands' IPO for Canadian wine segment would be good for the Canadian wine market.
'Canada Could Be To Cannabis What France Is To Wine'
A conference on Canada's economic future got a taste Wednesday of a possible new strategy for the country: Becoming a world leader in the burgeoning marijuana industry.
Alcohol levels, and some prices, on the rise at the LCBO
Among the things I noted as I tasted: alcohol levels and prices are continuing to rise.
Constellation Said To Plan IPO For Canadian Wine Unit This Year
Constellation Brands Inc., the beer, wine and spirits producer and marketer, is seeking a valuation of roughly C$1 billion ($771 million) for the initial public offering of its Canadian wine business later this year, according to people familiar with the matter.
West Kelowna wineries hosting sweet summer kick off
If you're looking for a fun way to spend your Sunday afternoon, you won't have to go farther than the Westside Wine Trail.
Cool Climate Wine Focus Shifts to Canada
As the door closes on one ICCW symposium, organizers are already looking to the next one.
Farmworker shortage costs Canadian growers $1.5B a year, study finds
Canada faces an increasing shortage of farmworkers and will need more foreign guestworkers to maintain its tree fruit and vegetable sectors.
Luckett Vineyards aims to increase production following Avonport land purchase
Owner Pete Luckett told The Chronicle Herald he had bought 11 hectares of land in Avonport, near his Wolfville-area winery. The purchase, along with 22 acres worth of contracts with two new grape growers in Hantsport and Falmouth, meant 2020's harvest would likely total twice the size of last year's.
The British Columbia Wine Institute receives leveraged funding to drive Wine and Culinary Tourism in BC
The British Columbia Wine Institute received funding for its Wine and Culinary Tourism (WCT) strategy this week with the announcement of recipients of Destination British Columbia's Co-op Marketing Partnerships Program, developed to support communities and key provincial tourism sectors in leveraging funding to maximize marketing impact and drive tourism revenues in BC.
Naramata Winemaker Brings International Experience to BC
Serendipity Winery's Katie O'Kell has just returned from a practicum at New Zealand's ultra-modern Delegat Wine Estate, processing the 2016 vintage. Just before this, she completed her winemaking certificate from UC Davis in California, receiving an impressive 100% on her final exam.
Brock to welcome the world, Canada wins bid for global wine summit
The 10th International Cool Climate Wine Symposium (ICCWS) will take place in July 2020, attracting hundreds of grape and wine researchers, trade professionals and media from wine regions around the world to gather and share research knowledge.
Canada to host famed wine summit that is obsessed with climate change
Canada will play host to the 2020 International Cool Climate Wine Symposium, according to an announcement made at the ICCWS's 2016 edition recently held in Brighton, England.
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